More than likely the emision system is not operating properly. Clean all electrical contacts, and check/verify all vacuum controll devices are operating properly. While I can't address a Mazda specifically, it should be noted that any time an engine is turned off the injectors are SUPPOSED to stop. You may have one or more leaky injectors that keep letting fuel out until the fuel pressure drops. That would be a real puzzle to me. Before that, I would check the timing. It is probably set too fast.
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My 88 had a similar problem, replaced all the ignition system, plugs, coil, leads distributor cap & rotor. Then fuel filter, found a problem in the return fuel regulator and replaced it, problem starten again after 6 months and sourced the problem to the fuel pump. There was not enough fuel coming through on startuo and accelleration and used to backfire as well. Aussie Bill
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