Answer.031 is the spark plug gap for the b2200. I do know this for fact I bought my 1987 b2200 new,I def know this to be correct after 22yrs of ownership.
It's the one closest to the crankshaft pulley, or the front of the engine, the front of the truck. Assuming it's an inline engine, not a v.
This is usually known as a neutral safety switch or shift interlock switch.
I too am looking for the answer to this question, the 2.2L is too costly to build. And I seem to have bad luck with making a rod know in them.
I don't know for 1989 but for 1987 it is located in the dashboard. you take the glove box off. the sensor is right behind the glovebox. It goes into the airduct. Be careful when you slide it into the airduct. Good luck.
I'm guessing that you are wanting to know how to get the Check Engine Light to go off. It would be a VERY good Idea to have a qualified shop hook it up and find out WHY it is on and then Fix the problem that your On-board Computer is detecting. Hoipe This Helps.
You should be able to find a shop manual at your local library with the right info...make copies as they are usually only in the REFERENCE section....good luck:) Mazdatrucking.com also has a lot of information on the B2200 and they just started a tech section for wire diagrams. The link below should take you there.
both are done much the same way.just make sure all torque settings etc are for whichever car you are working on
It is located on the exhuast maniflold.Has a single wire and YOU can not miss it.It is very close to the brake master cylinder for reference.Buy the new part so you know what you are looking for.It is really simple.
On my 1989 Mazda B2600 the fuel filter is located on the firewall near the top of the engine compartment on the left hand side looking in. ***************************************************************** From RonSh: I have two 1989 Mazda B2200 trucks, probably from two different manf. facilities. On one truck, the fuel filter is as above but closer to the carburetor and takes 10 minutes to change out. On the other truck, to my suprise and angst, it is located behjind the fuel tank. Both are identical lookng. Be sure you know which line is coming from the tank and which is going to the front toward the carburetor. I had to physically feel and follow the lines because both go to an area hard to see without the vehicle being on a lift and I had poor lighting.
While being you have diesel that is a 1986?I have nothing to support that book wise.Because Mazda only made a diesel version from 82-84 that was a 2200.While this may be b2200 the only thing I can tell you is most of Mazda's engine ohc,and the 82-84 yr models the engine was made by Mitsubishi, and the 86 gas engine b2000 Mitsubishi.I am not sure what it is you want to know?I realize Mazda may have offered diesel in the 1986 model and it is not listed in my chiltons or haynes that I can find.If you need to clarify just click on the discussion tab on this post to reply back.
Need to know which engine you have.
What i often do is park the truck on a hill with the front of the truck at to highest part of the hill and the radiator cap off, and the truck running and full of coolant, the air bubbles will rise to the highest point of which they can get, and with the cap off this will allow them to escape.
is this truck is a good truck i like to know if this truck is a good truck what is wrong with this truck
No way to answer this without knowing the dimensions of the truck bed. For all we know, you could be talking about a small pickup or a large dump/tipper truck.
you have to replace your turn signal flahser relay, buy one so you will know what you are looking for under dash by steering wheel.
3500 series is a ton truck.
hey, they might be. you might not know if there is anything you have to know to own a truck
what is a bfmr i know what a Mazda is...
sorry its a 94 Mazda b3000 i got a 3.0 out of a ford tarus need to know if it would work to put it in my truck No it wont work because the Taurus is a front wheel drive vehicle and im willing to bet your truck is rear wheel drive so it wont work without a LOT of customizing
Sorry mate i don't know. i own a Mazda 121 and i;m interested to know this answer myself.
as far as i know Mazda doesn't make diesel cars, only pickups Mazda drifter Mazda bt50 ext
Not to be smart but it is where you insert the key to start the vehicle!!!!!.If you have issues with the key cylinder not working properly like dome light,door buzzer or radio not coming on or staying on with the truck running you need to replace the ignition.It will cost on average 130.00 from auto zone or advance auto parts and not hard to replace.Not really sure what you want to know exactly but,figure the issue is one the items listed staying on or not coming on with the vehicle running like the door buzzer, no radio ,or even the fan switch for the heat or air condition.
To be honest a haynes manual has a complete diagram of the electrical system and does show the fuse box.I am not exactly sure what you are wanting to know or correct if that is the case.I would go to your local auto zone,advance auto parts and purchase this manual for around 20.00-25.00 if they do not have it in stock they can order it and have in two to three days or less.I strongly suggest buying this it cover everything on the truck and it literally pays for itself and NO more online can you show,help, do you have how to questions.Seriously BUY it you will not be wasting your money and stop asking the how too's when you have this very handy manual!
A good explanation?Well first it registers the temperature on the gauge in the truck.So you know when it is running too hot,or if not maybe too cold indicating a possible problem with a heater core,radiator,waterpump not working correct.Next the water temp is a crucial part of how the truck runs,and works with the emissions system to make sure the carburetor idles up,when cold and idles down to normal once warm.All of this is important and this can affect the truck alot,on emissions,and generally function and mpg for that matter.If your gauge is not working because the sending unit is defective,or a bad connection I suggest replacing the part.It is mounted directly below the thermostat housing close to the upper radiator hose.It is easy to replace and draining the cooling system is required.