I changed my starter motor on my 1984 B2000 Pickup. Has to be done from underneath. Raise the front end - use jackstands. Remove the negative battery terminal. The holding bolts on the starter are difficult to reach and slow to remove but,with patience, can be done. Space around the motor is tight but with persistance, you can snake it out. Good Luck.
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A person can find a wiring diagram for a 1984 Mazda b2000 in its maintenance book. They can also ask for a print out at an auto part store.
Around 2600 pounds
205 75 14
under dash right of steering column.
Also,do you adjust them warm or cold?
It should have an electronic distributor. So no points to adjust. 0.18
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.
There are a few variations on that. US/Canadian, Auto/Stick, Air/No Air, California. What you got?
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
* Detach the negative battery cable * Clearly label then disconect the wires from the terminals on the starter motor and solenoid * Remove the mounting bolts and detach the starter
no power coming to the starter solenoid when you turn the key use a light bulb tester to test the solenoid wire while someone turns the key for you (small wire going onto the top of the starter on its own