Question about 1999 Mazda 626
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1st off you would give everything a good visual examination. Look for
loose alternator belt. Also look for wires that could have
become disconnected or cut that leads to the alternator.
Then you would hook up a volt meter to the battery cables and check the voltage.
After this you would start the engine and recheck the voltage. The voltage on a charged battery should read around 12.5 volts. While the engine is running turn on a few accesories and speed up the idle a little the voltage should read around 14.5 volts.
If the voltage does not increase suspect either a faulty alternator or regulator.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
Your camshaft and crankshaft pulleys have to be properly aligned upon installation of the timing belt. The cogs on the belt, should fit precisely with the teeth of the pulleys. Your # 1 engine cylinder should be moved to "Top Dead Center" before installing the belt. This means no compression once the top of the piston cylinder reaches the top of the chamber.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
It is typically located in the rear of the vehicle in one of the side compartments. It has a red button on it. I would also check the fuel pump fuse, and relay.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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