Question about Mazda MPV
Make sure that you have put it on the right way around. ensure that if you removed the air cleaner to get to the filter ,that you refitted the wiring loom plug to the air flow meter,also that there are no splits in the rubber ducting that runs from air cleaner to throttle body.The latter is the most common cause of your fault.I hope this helps or get back with your further findings.Please remember to rate this answer.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
If your idle (rpm) is unstable, try to clean the air intake manifold. If it doesn't work, try to clean the fuel stop and strainer located under the passenger's seat.
Posted on May 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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