No , the 1.8 liter 4 cylinder in a 1999 Mazda Protege is not an interference engine
Hoo I set the correct timing on a 1993 mazda protege
No it does not, it is a non-interferenceif the timing belt break the valves will not collide into the pistons.
Every 60,000 miles in a 93 Mazda Protege
i think you mean interference. it is NON interference. if the timing belt breaks, the valves dont hit the pistons
does a 1997 1.5l maxda protege have a timing belt or timing chain. When should i change it.
transmition with chain.
Yes it is. "Interferance" refers to the valves travel interfering with the pistons travel on an engine that is spinning free of timing chain/belt.
yes its a timing belt if its the 2.0 L fs engine
IF ITS A 1.8, THEN ITS NEXT TO THE TIMING COVER
Mazda recommends that the belt be replaced every 105k.
The rear disc break pistons on Mazda are not to be pushed in. Instead you turn them in clockwise.
Every 90,000 miles per Mazda
As far as I'm aware the engine is identical to that used in the MX5, so I'd assume yes it is an interference engine ^^Actually, the engines have the same displacement but that is the only similarity. The blocks are different, the transmissions are different and the heads are totally different. The mx5 engine is a B6 and the protege 1.6l is a ZM or ZM-DE depending on whether or not it is european. That being said, the protege 1.6l engine is non-interference, meaning that if your timing is off or your timing belt skips or breaks, the valves will not come into contact at any point with the pistons (there are 4 cut-aways in the piston heads to prevent any contact with the valves)
The recommended timing belt interval is at 160000 kilometers or 100000 miles.
Depends on the year. The 2.0 DOHC in a 2001-2003 is said to be a valve interference engine, meaning the valves can become struck by the piston and bent if the timing belt breaks or another event that significantly alters the valve timing occurs.
According the manual book ,mazda proteges 2000 has timing belt and should be replace at 105 K miles .Hope would help .
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Yes. Every modern car has either a timing belt or a timing chain. Yours is a belt. They need to be changed every 96,000 Km. Your car is a non-interference engine, so if the belt breaks your car will not work, you'll have to buy a new belt, and get your timing redone, but your engine will not be toast; it'll work fine once a new timing belt is put on. On other less fortunate cars, they have interference engines. This means that the pistons and the valves occupy the same space at different times. The timing belt is what regulates this timing. If it breaks on that type of engine, the pistons smash into the valves bending them, thus rendering the engine useless. You should probably get it changed by a professional, as if you screw it up you will affect the performance and life of your engine greatly.
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