Question about 1990 Mazda 626
I have had this issue with older mazda GLC cars as well.
The usual cause is water getting into the distributor cap and not allowing contacts to be made to the spark plugs.
Where all the spark plug wires come together, is the distributor cap, unclip the cap and I am betting you will see water and or condensation. Wipe off the cap and rotor and this will hopefully solve the issue. Best bet is to replace the cap and rotor about 30$ total. This will give you a new rubber seat and water should bot make its way in.
Let me know via way of feedback if this solution helps you out.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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