sounds like an alternator problem
maybe the engine fell out
it could be the fans motor
on fast and the furious Tokyo drift,Han was driving the Mazda rx7.
Yes, all B2000 models until 89 where carbureted. After 89 Mazda stopped production in the United States on this model.
Mazda Miata. Nearly a million have been sold.
This question actually refers to a Mazda "6" that stalls when in the stopped position. Sorry about the miss printed info.
The Mazda rx8 yields approx. 16mpg city, and 24highway. Driving habits will cause slight variation.
Directly in front of the driving seat.
In fast and furious Vin Diesel was driving a red Mazda Rx-7
when mine was doin that i cleaned the tank and let it sit for a couple days and changed the fuel filter which was stopped up. metal fuel tanks need to cleaned or replaced if any rust is visible...and fuel filters to....
its for traction
because you car is stupid
My 1999 Mazda 626 is hard to start any time but then we kick start it then it start fine and dies at any robot will I'm driving My 1999 Mazda 626 is hard to start any time but then we kick start it then it start fine and dies at any robot will I'm driving
It was from a Mazda
I have a 1989 929, when its cold it runs real bad but once warmed up it has problems idleing, the car shakes and sometimes when stopped it stalls, mine is an auto, but when driving like on the highway it runs fine. Is your problem similar?
It maybe a leak in the intake manifold gasket.
throttle postioning sensor is bad
maybe low on fluid or strainer stoped up
Sounds like the engine mounts might be failing and no longer damping engine vibration.
The solenoids on are located on top of the motor on a Mazda 3000 Truck. They open a number of different valves as needed depending on overall driving conditions.
Ford Flex ALSO THE MAZDA 5 NICE RIDE HANDLES WELL BUT HAS NEARLY NO TRUNK!
They have not stopped. Mazda still uses the NSU Wankel twin rotor engine to power the RX8.
The Mazda company produced rotary engine fitted cars from 1967 until the end of 2011. It was based on a design by Felix Wankel, a German engineer. The CEO of Mazda insists that rotary engine production has only been stopped temporarily.