Remove the cruise control diaphragm and take it out of the way to gain access from the top. Disconnect the battery negative to prevent shorts. Go in from underneath and take to finish the rest of the job. Disconnect the exhaust pipe donut connection and slide back the catback exhaust to buy room where u could slipe the alternator out from underneath. Gonna have to disconnect the muffler hangers; theres four of them. Then its taking the step in reverse and put together time.
how do u replace alternator belt on 2002 mazda protege 5 stationwagon
I just replaced my fan belts on a 2002 Mazda Protege. It came out to a little over $200. I took my car to a Mazda dealership.
Yes they will fit. There is not a difference in part number for a protege or protege5.
The alternator is located on the back of the engine near the firewall (and windshield) on the passenger side, down near the bottom.
Where is the igniyion coil on a2002 mazda protege
how much does it cost to replace to egr valve on the 2002 mazda protege
no it will not fit.it is not the same lenght and the same height
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The pulse generator on a 2002 Mazda Protege is located on the top of the transmission. The pulse generator can be purchased at any auto parts store such as NAPA.
For a 2002 Mazda Protege 5, the recommended oil is a 10w 30. 5w30 is recommended in temps below 30 degrees f.
At the Mazda dealer. Cost 195.00 /canadian
does a 2002 mazda protege have a front wheel drive
check on youtube
there is a tap at the bottom of the radiator
go look on youtube its all there
The only fuel filter in a 2002 Protege is in the fuel pump, which is in the gas tank. The filter is designed to last the life of the pump.
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Mazda recommends that the belt be replaced every 105k.
2002 mazda ,,gauges are still working after taking out key..any ideas
3.5 liters or 3.7 quarts
SAE 10w30 hope this helps
The cruise control fuse for a 2002 Protege is under the dash in the fuse panel. It is a 10 amp fuse and is listed as "meter fuse."