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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i`ve never heard they are interchangeable, Are you sure its the head? i would inspect the #1 cylender a little further for a hair line crack
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
its not just the camshaft timing marks you set up, you also have to have the crankshaft timing mark set right to or you may damage your engine
check the internet for the right timing procedure for you model car ok
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
If you have a test light, unplug the single wire that's plugged into the horn. Connect your test light clip to a good ground such as the engine block or even the battery. Then insert the point of the test light into the terminal of the wire that you unhooked from the horn.Have someone push the horn button and if the test light lights, you do have power to the horn. If it doesn't light, you might check the horn relay. Sorry, I can't tell you where it is in your Mazda though. If the test light did light up when the horn button was pushed, then I would suspect that it isn't grounded properly, or, the horn is defective. Try unbolting the horn and sanding off the rust that formed between the horn and where it mounts. Typically, horns are mounted to the vehicle's frame.
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
Bring the engine up to top dead center on number one cylinder. You can do this by taking out the plug and put something into the hole like a wad of paper. turn the engine by hand untill the wad pops out, then the cylinder is on the firing stroke. turn it by hand until the piston is at the top. The key on the crankshaft should be at the top of the crankshaft. Take off the timing case, remove the chain, be careful not to move the canshaft. You should be able to see the timing marks on the camshaft and the crankshaft, they should be lined up. if it is a twin cam, make sure that non of them move. Put on the new chain and re-assemble.
Posted on Sep 26, 2011
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