Question about Mazda 323
Problem with a good tuning of the engine. If the engine was not checked on the regular maintenance schedules then it is time you did all the required one for the clocked mileage or time.
Make sure that the oil, oil filter, fuel filter was changed. secondly check on the plugs, the Ht , the firing intensity, the fuel pressure and calibration. A code check is important if there is no result but the RPM going wild can be mainly related with poor timing- firing and valve- and fuel calibration.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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