Sarah,here is a pretty good article on replacing spark plugs. http://www.advanceautoparts.com/english/youcan/html/ccr/ccr20011001sp.html copy and paste this to your browser. As to the air filter, it is simply a matter of removing the old one and replacing it.
Don't waste your time. The cite (http://www.advanceautoparts.com/english/youcan/html/ccr/ccr20011001sp.html )
Ummm..yes! 4 of them
The Mazda 5 does not have glow plugs. Maybe you meant spark plugs?
There arent any. There arent any. There arent any.
the factory plugs gap is 0.028" - 0.032".
start with plugs and wires, ive seen this many times. not worth taking to the dealer when its a simple fix. always factory plugs and wires.AnswerHi, My Mazda did the same thing and i took mine to a mechanic and all it was, was it needed a new petrol filter and now everything is ok with it
this could be valve stem seals or oil control ring,s
if you cant find the spark plugs then you probably shouldn't be working on your car if you cant answer the question maybe you shouldnt leave answers like these
Change the spark plugs and wires... Change the spark plugs and wires...
they should ALL be on top
spark plugs for vehicles with electronic ignition come pre gapped when purchased .044
I have had the best luck using NGK. Obtain proper plug number and gap from owners manual.
with a 10mm socket remove the two ignition coils and the two spark plug wires, using a 5/8 spark plug socket and one long extension and a ratchet remove the spark plugs and install the new ones
air filter every 20,000 miles, i change spark plugs once a year
what is your ?, a MAF is basicly a IAT The Mazda Protege and Protege 5 2.0L engine has an IAT Sensor located just past the factory air filter box. It is a two wire sensor that plugs into the intake tube via a rubber grommet. The three wire plug in the Mass Air Flow Sensor. DO NOT Unplug either of these sensors while the vehicle is running or key turned to accessory. Will cause a flag in the computer and turn on the Check Engine Light. Hope this helps.
Might want to check the secondary ignition system. That is everything from the coil(s) to the spark plugs.
Try a simple tune-up. Plugs, wires, air filter. That is a good and inexpensive place to start.
driver side, underneath those spark plugs wires you should see a orange plug, pull it out all the way.
BE MORE SPECIFIC. 4 or 6 cylinder?
The Mazda Protege and Protege 5 2.0L engine has an IAT Sensor located just past the factory air filter box. It is a two wire sensor that plugs into the intake tube via a rubber grommet. The three wire plug in the Mass Air Flow Sensor. DO NOT Unplug either of these sensors while the vehicle is running or key turned to accessory. Will cause a flag in the computer and turn on the Check Engine Light. Hope this helps.
A Mazda 6 s requires 6 plugs, A Mazda 6 i requires 4
Check all spark plugs and ignition cables. Check your air filter to make sure it's not full of crap either. Run some SDP through the gas tank on the next fill up.
Change the air filter, spark plugs and wires, fuel filter(if necessary).
The Mazda Tribute has 4 plugs (4-cylinder) The 3.0L V-6 has six plugs.
Plugs, Wires, Fuel Filter, PCV, Air Filter, Serpentine Belt. Don't skimp on the Plugs or the Wires on a 4.8 - it makes a difference.
It's just the service interval. oel = Oil + filter Change IN 01 = Oil + filter change with aditional checks IN 02 = Oil + filter change with aditional checks + air filter (also plugs if your using normal plugs ie about £10 a set) But if you use the platimum plugs £25-£30 these last for 5 years. In edition Every 40000 miles = timing belt Every 60000 miles = fuel filter