20 Most Recent 1989 Mazda 323 Questions & Answers

I will give you an off record advice as my dad used and sometimes I follow myself. Before starting the engine go by the distributor and loose the two or three bolts might be 12 mm or 13 mm ,- someone else to do the starting- as you are by the distributor start turning it to the side where the engine starts to rev up. You stop turning the distributor soon as you notice the engine started reving up, There you tight the bolts. Switch the engine off and then restart to see whether the engine starts easily and quick.

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Jan 09, 2017

it evaporates normally on hot weather when not in use for long period of time but on cold weather i dont think it will evaporate that much.with 323 sometimes there is something wrong with the gas gauge..

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Aug 25, 2015

Have it looked at by a dealer,iam not sure here but i think you have a vacumn leak like the feed pipe to the servo split but really you need a mechanic who works on these cars day in day out and they will go straight too the problem for you

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Mar 05, 2015

Loosen the adjuster assemble this makes the inner cable longer then is will come off

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Apr 28, 2014

replace the pump any japanese car fuel pump will do

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Apr 14, 2014

remove one by one and let somebody start the for you so you'll hear which one is running

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Apr 14, 2014

if i' not mistaken its in the tank..remove the back seat and you'll find the cover for the sensor remove it you;ll need a phillips screw driver and you'll find the pump directly inside the tank

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Apr 07, 2014

check all the bulbs theres probably more than one bulb busted

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Apr 06, 2014

break and clutch have the same reservoir

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Mar 22, 2014

You do not need a thermostat for the fan to work but you will need a thermostat for the engine not to over heat. Put simply the thermostat controls the flow of water through the radiator cores so that the heat in the water has a chance to transfer to the cores and fins and away.. NO thermostat =too fast water flow = hot engine.. Fans work off a temperature sensor which tells the CPU when to activate the relay to switch on the fan. Check out the circuit for the fan including the sensor ,fuses, relays and wiring, and fan . Fix it properly so that you can enjoy driving

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Jan 23, 2014

There should be little groves on the crank pully 4 or 5 marks

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Nov 09, 2013

Persistent bubbles indicate a leaking cylinder head gasket. To confirm this have a shop with a engine gas analyzer problem the coolant tank and see if any combustion gases (hydrocarbons) are present, if it indicates there are you have a leaking head gasket.

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Oct 21, 2013

Bleed the hydraulic system. Check the hydraulic lines, it could be swelling, Did you change the pilot bearing as well? If it was removed and not replaced, there will be a hard vibration.

1989 Mazda 323 | Answered on Apr 11, 2013

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