Mazda 626's from 89-92 were notorious for the transmission failing - I don't know for sure, but it could be the same for you here...You could either replace the whole auto tranny - $1000+ or you could replace the gear discs/plates $250....first take it to a mechanic that is reliable - or you could go to MX6.com - great site for anything mazda!
Could you tell me how would you replace the oil pump on a Mazda Protege?
It takes automatic transmission fluid type mv i could not find this fluid aftermarket and got it staright from the Mazda dealer for around 6 dollars a litre
Unfortunately these are not interchangeable. The 1993 model was a complete retooling of the 626, a bad one at that....the 1991 had an excellent transmission, the 1993 through 1998 were all terrible. In theory, you could retrofit, but that would be expensive.
Shift linakge out of adjustment or transmission needs a rebuild
NO, Break Fluid Only
Just out of curiousity, how is the transmission in this vehicle. Could the transmission be out of sync with the engine? This has happened to me when i had the transmission replaced in a dodge caravan, Good Luck
Anything you want, since Mazda is the only manufacturer that uses it, I'd recommend put it in a Mazda, wiring harness, transmission compatibility makes it easier/cheaper.
Could be a frozen clutch pack. Time for a transmission rebuild.
The pan gasket could be leaking ( tighten mounting bolts or replace gasket ) Filler pipe rubber seal , Transmission oil lines ( tighten , replace ) Speedometer connector ( replace o-ring ) Some makes have a transmission vent pipe ( transmission over filled ) Output shaft seal damaged (replace)
use brake fluid
It may be the ball locking mechanism(it helps the gear stick stay in place on not jump out of gear) that is found under the gear stick or on the transmission. You may need to replace or it could just been loosen of.
I would guess you are low on transmission fluid.
Well there are several dealerships that I found in or about Hannibal Missouri that could probably, more than anywhere else at least help you to have your transmission fixed. One such is as follows: an Autotropolis, there is a website for which, it appears in my searches as trying to inform me that a certain model of Mazda isn't available, but that isn't important, if you contact them, they should be able to give you a better idea as to if they can help you with your transmission. Otherwise, you could try the yellowpages and ask auto repair shops if they could help you. The site I had found is as follows: > http://www.autotropolis.com/used-mazda/cx-7/missouri-hannibal/
That's your gearshifter sweetheart.. You may have to replace it. Could also be your transmission.
The fork replacement could depend on which manual transmission is in the truck. The top has to be removed from the transmission. If the floor center can be removed with enough room to get the top off then it can be done. With carpet and seat removal it is often easier to remove the transmission.
your transmission could be stuck between gears. you probably need to rebuild or replace the transmission.
No. Three speeds are normally without overdrive. There may be another transmission that you could replace it with to get overdrive.
sounds like you need to replace cam positioning sensor on engine
you may have to replace the transmission fluid and the screen but before that ask the technician to flush your transmission
Although most car manuals say they aren't necessary, transmission fluid changes are definitely needed. If you don't change it every 30,000 miles, your transmission could very easily burn out, which is VERY expensive to replace!
Depends on the year of the truck It could be a computer control problem. This computer could be in "Limp mode" because a sensor is bad or a control inside the transmission is bad. It will need to be checked by a knowledgeable and trust worthy person.
A transmission fluid leak means that the plug may need to be replace, or the seal or gasket may need to be replace. As it could be caused by a work seal, or gasket, or a loose plug.
Transmission lines use alternating current in order to support stepping-up and stepping-down of the voltage with transformers. Voltage is stepped-up at the power station, sent over the transmission lines, and stepped-down at the receiver. (This is a simplified explanation.) By stepping-up, you reduce the current carrying requirement of the lines, and they can thus be smaller.You could not do this with direct current as transformers only work for alternating current.