29s here the easiest way is to remove the air intake hose (drivers side of engine)completely and follow the lower hose off the radiator to the steel thermostat housing their should be (2) bolts holding it together remove and replace thermostat. NOTE: USE A NEW GASKET ONLY, DO NOT RE-USE THE OLD ONE, GASKET PAPER OR RTV GASKET SEALANT THESE WILL LEAK AFTER A SHORT TIME. AND YOU MAY HAVE TO HAVE YOUR SYSTEM BLED (REMOVE AIR POCKETS) PROFESSIONALLY, IF THEIR IS EVEN THE SMALLEST AIR POCKET IT WILL CAUSE THE CAR TO RUN HOT.
Mazda Millenia hoods from models 1995 to 2002 will fit on a 1995 Mazda Millenia. The Mazda Millenia was first launched in 1995.
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Hi there - I just found out yesterday that the thermostat on the 1995 Millenia - 6 valve engine is located on the right/front of the engine block just behind the distributor. Looks like fun. NOT. Good luck!
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behind the radio
yes heads need to be removed
The audio relay for a 1995 Mazda Millenia Sedan is under the hood of the car on the driver's side. You will see a fuse that is labeled with the word 'audio.'
When that happened to me it was the sensor to the air filter. I had to replace the air filter and sensor.
I am getting ready to replace the EGR valve on my 1995 Mazda millenia. It is located at the back of the engine in the center at the top. It bolts on with 3 bolts. It will be a triangle shape. You will have to have a mirror to see it well. Any auto parts store should be able to show you exactly where it is.
I have a 1995 millenia. I don't the difference but i removed the pattern underneath the glovebox and it was in the lower right corner. It has a plug running into it and it is held by 3 screws. 10 minute job to replace.
No doesn't have one
in the fuel tank. you have to drop the tank to get at it.
What, and go to jail if I get caught ? Yah, right.
Rear of engine (Right side as you look at it) centerline. Follow the radiator hose (lower) to goose neck. It is in that enclose. Be aware that the goose neck has O ring that seals and prone to rusting out. I used a 1997 from U pull to replace and is different metal.
HOW TO REPAIR A THERMOSTAT FOR 1995 MILLENIA MAZDA? A few months ago I decided to replace the thermostat on my '95 Millenia (bad decision!!), since the repair shop wanted a couple hundred to do it. I spent an hour looking for it on the passenger side of radiator/cooling hoses. But no!! It is on driver side where the big rubber hose from bottom of radiator connects to a metal pipe and then to thermostat housing. Getting it all apart is the fun part (NOT!!) which took me another 2 or 3 hours. You have to remove or disassemble a bunch of stuff to get to the housing--but just follow your nose and it will all come apart. The new part was about $25, so the labor is the costly part. If you're patient, though, you can do it--and it feels good to get it in and working when you finish up!! Good luck!!
The thermostat is under the air filter housing, which you need to remove to get access to the thermostat.
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The throttle position sensor is on the throttle body.
The Mazda6 was introduced for the 2003 model year to replace the Mazda 626. The Mazda6 was designed to be a more sophisticated and upscale car than the 626 because it would be the company's "flagship" or top model since the Millenia was also discontinued at the same time. But there wasn't a direct replacement for the Millenia. The Millenia was introduced as a 1995 model and replaced the Mazda 929. Mazda was planning their own luxury/performance line (called "Amati") to compete with Acura, Lexus and the other premium brands. The Millenia was intended to be the first of three planned Amati models, but the plan was dropped due to cost issues before it got any further than the Millenia. The Millenia sold in much lower numbers than originally planned. A $35k luxury sedan with a Mazda badge was a tough sell against Acura, Lexus and Infiniti models for the same price.
The hose that goes in the top of the engine, the thermostat is in the hose.Unscrew the hose take the thermostat out and replace,Very easy
The Mazda Millenia never had a chip in the key so yes the aftermarket key will work however it will need to be cut by a locksmith or the dealer.
Im having the same problem.
passenger side kick panel. remove it, and you will see the tcm