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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Mazda Fuel Shut off Switch
The fuel cut-off switch was activated by the impact. Had the same situation. I can provide you with mazda service manual in pdf if you wish.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
Yes you have two fuel pumps,the main and a in tank fuel pump,not lightly both pumps die like this,check your fuses,you have an main 25amp fuse next to the batt,replace it check your fuses 6 and 4,also you have two relays(fuel pump) just under the glove box,replace them also.You can test these by,bypassing them.You can find an wire about 6in and jump your number 6 and 4 fuses,You should hear the pumps running.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
robie: from your description, you may have what is called a "FALSE AIR" problem. This is where air unmetered air is getting into the engine.
You have an airflow meter which is up at the area where your air filter is located. Inbetween the airflow meter and the throttle body (the part where, when you step on the gas pedal, the linkage moves a butterfly type valve open, allows air in the engine), is a large black hose. If this hose has any splits or tears in it anywhere along the way, it will allow unmetered air(air which isn't passing through the air flow meter)create a lean condition which will cause an idling problem as well as a hesitation and lack of power in general. You can also have smaller hoses along the way, which may be attached to the larger hose that are torn, split or missing. Any type of a vacuum leak can cause the symptom.
The fuel filter is not likely to be the problem.A fuel filter will usually cause the car to loose power the harder you push it but may not demonstrate a problem at idle and low speeds.
If this is not a solution, I will be more than willing to work with you to solve your problem.
Posted on May 10, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 honda accord idle problem:
Is the engine light on, if so have them read? Take a look the charging system (see if it is above 13volts and below 16volts), see if the gas cap is on firmly and the o-ring on it is in good shape, look at the cars maintenance history and see how long its been since the last complete tune-up. If there are no codes recorded then it would probably be a mechanical issue, Look at coils, fuel pressure, timing, and injectors. If you need more specific info, just let me know, Good luck.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
SOURCE: 1995 3.4 V6 camaro won't start
If your Ignition switch is hard to turn ...... Believe it or not, check the transmission assembly for debris... I had a small piece of wire caught up and when I threw the shifter to 'PARK' it wasn't going far enough to release the ignition key!
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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