yes they are, 89-92 are interchangeable, but not 88
mx6 got no moonroof - only a sunroof and YES its interchangeable
All Mazda B series engines are interchangeable.
a 96 Mazda pickup
most parts are yes. most parts are also interchangeable for ford probes of the same year range (excluding body parts of course --- Many interchangeable parts on 1993 Mazda Mx6: 1993-1996 Mazda 626 1993-1996 Ford Probe some parts off the Mazda MX3 some parts off the 1998-2003 Mazda Protege some parts with 1996 are not compatible due to OBDII legislature, which changed emissions and other changes.
Yes they are. I've seen a Mazda 3 around my town with after market LED's. Looks very nice.
Ford Motor Company owns a percentage of Mazda, and some plants produce both Fords & Mazdas. Some parts are interchangeable.
Mazda 3 exists. Mazda 4 doesn't. Did you mean Mazda 5? The difference between the Mazda 3 and the Mazda 4 is that the Mazda 3 is a compact car manufactered by Mazda. It was introduced in 2004. The biggest difference between the two, is that the Mazda 4, doesn't exist.
Any buckets from a Mazda B-series pick up of the same body style. The Mazda B series is a Ford Ranger with different lights, badges, and slightly different quarter panels. But 99% of your Ford and the Mazda are interchangeable. Even the doors, dash, headliner, etc. I have a 94' B series.
just 2000 ford ranger truck parts. I knoq that ford company made this Mazda b3000 model.
That would all depend on what model you are refering too. 1991 and 1992 Mazda 323 parts are all interchangable (there may be a few exceptions). If your refering to another model, someone else will have to address that aspect.
Front wheel drive Mazda transmissions used with the B series engines.
ive bought and installed a 5-speed man.trans on a 96 probe that came from a mazda 626 now the pass. side cv shaft will not go all the way in
it really takes 6x8 for both front and rear but 5x7 will work too. they are almost interchangeable.
Its 6x5.5 same as a Chevy, Toyota, Cadillac and Nissan 6 lug patterns so the wheels are interchangeable.
as far as i know, almost every car isMazda Protege Ball JointsI finally found the answer to my own question so if anyone else needs to know, for this specific year of the Mazda protege, ball joints ARE interchangeable.
NO!! The Mazda engine and ford engine are totally different period.Mazda was still strickly Mazda until 1993. It was not until 1994 when Mazda and ford became the same on engine and tranmission similarities.You need a Mazda engine for your Mazda transmission.Note the 1986-1993 Mazda bseries trucks are all Mazda manufactured.Ford is not interchangeable with these models period.
It should work as the Tracer is just a rebadged Mazda 323. A close look at them should let you know, especially if the wiring is the same.
1993-1996 Ford Probe, Mazda 626, Mx6, and 1998-2003 Protege all share the basic FS block (2.0L DOHC). the electronics, manifolds, fuel delivery, and ignition may have differences.
No, they aren't. The second row are larger (same as front seats) and the posts are further apart.
Can you take a Ford Ranger 1994 bed and put it on a 1994 Mazda B2300? Truth be told, they are the same truck. My 1995 B2300 has "Made for Mazda by Ford" on a sticker inside the door of the driver's side. Also, the Chilton's manual for the Mazda B series trucks are the same as the one for the Ford Ranger.
the s is a higher horse engine by about 30 horse I believe
Unfortunately these are not interchangeable. The 1993 model was a complete retooling of the 626, a bad one at that....the 1991 had an excellent transmission, the 1993 through 1998 were all terrible. In theory, you could retrofit, but that would be expensive.
The spark plug gap for a 1996 Mazda Familia should be set between 1.0 and 1.1 mm. This is stated in the adjustment data from Mazda.
No...Mazda 3 needs 5X114.3 with offset between 42-52
B2600 has a carburetor system and B2600i has an injection system.