On a 1981 Mazda 626 (same engine)2.0 you remove the right/left cover on the steering column (three screws) and remove them. On the left side behind the key cylinder is the disc (round) ignition switch with several wires attached in a circular pattern around it. Wires and connectors (believe 4) go down the steering column from it (this is the ignition switch). The part # is Niehoff LC62411 on my 626. You remove this and install the new part in it's place. Problem is finding the part. Get one from a junkyard if nothing else. Also, the 82 Mazda truck is the same as an 82 Ford Courier (so maybe a Ford dealer has the part). Ford owns about 30% of Mazda and a Ford VP runs it.
It is a triple rotor Rotary engine. A b2000 was there pickup.
The 1986 Mazda B2000 pickup truck has 14"x5.5" rims. The OE tire size is 205/75R14, and 195R14 tires also fit ideally.
2 bolts hold it on
205 75 14
Also,do you adjust them warm or cold?
Inside the distriburator after you remove the rotor button.
Apparently you have NO clue that the truck has electronic ignition! Meaning the truck does NOT have points!It has a rotor button,and ignition module.Points have not been used on the for years and the 86-93 Mazda series are all electronic ignition. I own a 89 b2000 and the point gap is 0.45-0.55 and it DOES have points! I can take a photo for you if you like? So they are NOT all electronic ignition!
Could be a bad ignition switch if it tries to start but will not start all the way once you release the key.
Yes, a Mazda B2000 is most definitely a 4-cylinder with a 2.0L engine. However, technically Mazda didn't produce the B2000 as a 1988 model. It was made in 1986-1987. Then in 1989 Mazda made the B2200 Pickup, which is a 2.2L 4 cylinder.
No, it is carburated. If you remove the air cleaner cover it will have a opening with a flap inside it.
It is wired inline with the Crank wire going from the ignition to the starter solenoid located on the starter. Clutch up --> open switch (no start); Clutch down --> closed switch (start) Very basic for this year of truck.
Chiltons Mazda trucks manual has the picture and explanation.
There are none...i have an 87, short cab and there are no drain holes.
its in the back left corner beside the engine. pinch the clamps, pull off the hose ,(theres two, one going in and one coming out) then connect them to the new filter
change the head gasket. tard
I believe the carburetor is a Mikuni. I have a 1986 B2000 myself.
Clutch safety switch =- should be on the top of the clutch pedal under dash area Neutral safety switch could be at the lower end of the gearshift handle or at the side of the transmission
It is behind the timing case cover behind the crankshaft pulley.You have to remove the timing belt to replace the water pump for this repair.
4 quarts. I own a 1986 B2000.
firing order is 1, 3, 4, 2 for a 86' B2000
Nothing. The B2000 wasn't made until 1974.
The engine oil capacity for a 1986 Mazda B2000 is 4.1 quarts.
Sounds like the starter solenoid is stuck. Another possibility is the ignition key switch is not automatically returning from the start to run position. As the switches get older they seem to get stiff. Could be a weak spring in the switch or just gummed up lubricant. The easy test is to try turning the key counter clockwise after starting the engine and see if the starter motor stops running.
One could purchase auto parts to repair a Mazda B2000 from the Mazda B2000 Auto Parts online catalog. Other places to purchase auto parts to repair a B2000 would include O'Reilly Auto, Advance Auto Parts and also Auto Parts Wearhouse.
It is a Radiator Fan Switch - You can purchase it at Advanced Auto for about $35 but they have to order it It is a Radiator Fan Switch - You can purchase it at Advanced Auto for about $35 but they have to order it It is a Radiator Fan Switch - You can purchase it at Advanced Auto for about $35 but they have to order it