mine is a 95 mx-6 but it should be the same thing. first obveously take off the tires. then the brakes then dis assemble the a frame to make i easier to take out the half shafts. there are 2 one is directly plugged into the transmission and one has an extention shaft (passenger side) after everything is open take out the retaining bolt for the half shaft. then you should be able to pull it directly out. it may need some prying but should be fairly eaisy if not get underneath and gently pry with a claw tool to pop it free. be careful though when you take the one out of the tranny on the drivers side. the tranny will puke fluid if its not totaily drained wich on that model is almost impossible. then just replace the seals when you put in the new ones and that's about it.. also use cation when disasembling the a frame since theres a gas shock there. just take enugh apart to be able to get out the half shafts..
Yes, you must pull both axles to change any transmission, Mazda or not.
the Mazda 626 and the Mazda rx7 are interchangeble.
How do i change my 1994 mazda 626 alternater
The front axles are your "driveshafts" on ALL front wheel drive vehicles. Other wise there are no drive shafts.
same as the 1994
The fuse for your 1994 Mazda pickup truck four-wheel-drive can be found in the fuse box. The four-wheel-drive fuse will be the number 14 fuse.
Rear Wheel Drive. Rotary Engine.
Yes. Be sure to change the neutral switch from your probe as the mazda's will plug in but is wired different.
The heater core in a 1994 Mazda MPV is under the dash on the passenger side. The dash has to be taken apart to change out the heater core.
Dexron II (or III) is the recommended automatic transmission fluid for a 1994 Mazda Navajo. It requires 3 quarts to do a fluid change.
Yes the 1994 Mazda Protege is a OBD 1 port
Instructions on how to remove a 1994 B4000 Mazda 4 wheel drive transmission