Question about 1995 B-2300 Combination Switch
My Mazda B-2300 with the 4-cylinder motor will just die on me while driving down the road or a a stop light. If you wait 3-5 minutes, it will start up again...If you drive a few minutes, shut the engine off, then try to restart right again, engine will turn over, but will not start...I have had it in at a Mazda and Ford dealer, but both say they cannot tell, as the computer has no memory to diagnose the problem...Will replacing the cam and crank sensors and the ECM solve this problem? Fuel pressure seems fine, so I am really stymied...
This behavior is typical of a CAM or CRANK sensor, even happens on many Mercedes Benze Models.
BUT, thee are other things that can cause it, like a failing fuel pump, even though the pressure is good.
Do just the sensors, don't replace the ECM yet. Would likely be a waste of money. if the sensors don't fix it, it might be worth trying. If an ECM is going bad usually you can twist it and tap on it and get the car to die, but on a b2300 that is not an easy task.
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