No, it is carburated. If you remove the air cleaner cover it will have a opening with a flap inside it.
about 4 qts
The 1986 Mazda B2000 pickup truck has 14"x5.5" rims. The OE tire size is 205/75R14, and 195R14 tires also fit ideally.
in gas tank
under the termostat housing.
Check your starter, my 87 b2000 was doing that. when i hit the brakes,turn signals, etc the CD player would cut off and back on. it was the starter!
NO the mazda and toyota are two totally different trucks.The starters are designed based on engine and transmission design.This part is specific and can vary based on a automatic vs a manual even on the same brand and year model.
Remove and replace the starter.
Disconnect the negative on the battery. Then jack the truck up & unbolt positive & negative wires to starter. Then unbolt starter from truck. Not hard to do at all
dead battery or starter
I suggest going to nada.com it will allow you to put in the specifics for your truck and get a overall value for the truck with the options,mileage,condition that are applicable.Edmonds.com will do the same process.
the starter is going to be under the truck on the driver side, in between the motor and transmission,
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Remove wiring at top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
Answer:My resources show that the fuel pump for the 1984 Mazda B2000 is an in-line electric type, mounted near the gas tank (outside of the tank, NOT inside). Check on top of driver frame rail above the front leaf spring eye.
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.
Hello, I found the info you want but it is impossible for me to explain because I am learning about these trucks myself. I bought a 1984 B2000 workshop manual from Mazda for around $17.00 and it has full instruction for everything for your truck including a full teardown. The information you want on Chapter 5: page 10 It has full pictures and exploded view of starting motor and solenoid. I wish I could be more of a help because I DO know the frustration. I am going through it myself with a part that I can't find what it does. I even put up a site to ask for help. http://nicknails.com/B2000/index.htm Good luck on your B2000 because if you can keep it running, it's a great little truck. Nick
get under neath the truck remove bolts that hold bed to truck. disconnect wiring that goes to lights on bed. lift off bed
big truck and a chain
This truck uses three different engines, all with slightly different starter mounting. All starter replacements are pretty similar though. Most importantly you must first disconnect the negative battery cable. Raise and support the vehicle. From under the vehicle remove the large and small power wires to the starter. Remove the starter mounting bolts Remove the starter. Reverse procedure for installation.
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle if needed Remove wires from starter Remove mounting bolts Drop starter
Replace Remove starter Remove solenoid at top of starter Remove front end of starter for access Remove locking washer from starter shaft Drive should slide off shaft
remove starter remove transmission unbolt flywheel
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Disconnect - battery terminal Raise and support vehicle if necessary Disconnect wiring harness from starter Remove mounting bolts Remove starter