0.039 to 0.043 is the gap tom_dee2002@Yahoo.com
The correct spark plug gap is 0.052 inch. Try to look for spark plug brands that fit the Mazda M.P.V. engine and already has the factory gap set near to this correct setting.
0.55 gap (+/-0.04; which I implore you to try to gauge on a disk gap tool...)
There is no egr valve on a 1990 Mazda MPV 6 cylinder
need to replace all my spark plugs on my Mazda mpv 2003 please help me.
how to change oil and filter on a mpv 2000 mazda
in the heads
were are timing marks on 1990 mpv
On the engine family .. LTK 3.0 T5 FCC1 there is no PVC valve on 1990 Mazda MPV
Owning an MPV myself you have have 1 of three reasons. 1. bad spark plugs, 2. worn distributor cap and or rotor, 3. faulty O2 sensors. And some of the very simple things like a vacuum hose off somewhere, spark plug wire off. Good luck. Type your answer here...
beneath the seat
if one plug has signs of oil leaks its probably piston rings. only air and fuel should mix in the part of the chamber the plug ignites. so make sure you don't just have too much fuel entering the chamber
MPVclub.com has a somewhat detailed description on how to do it. If you remove the plastic you will expose three of the six. Then you have to remove the plenum/manifold. Check out the details on the website. Hope this helps.
None. You have to remove the pan.
on oil pan
Its on the fuse box cover
Drain plug is located on the bottom of the radiator Right hand side.
PO421 Warmup Catalyst Efficiency Below Threshold Bank 1Possible Causes: Defective spark plugDefective O2 SensorDefective Catalytic Converter
BE MORE SPECIFIC. 4 or 6 cylinder?
Changing the plugs on the 04 MPV is a pain. The front three plugs are easy to get to - just remove the black plastic cover over the engine block (3 screws) and they're right there (but deeply recessed in the block). But you have to remove the manifold to get to the back three plugs. I wish they'd design these things with maintenance in mind. Cylinder 6 has misfired is there a diagram for this where is the plug and coil located
it is a two wheel
Timing belt problem.
you may need a new distributer cap or a coil or a new computer module.
I don't believe that there is one. Pull the lower radiator to drain the coolant.
blown head gasket!