Mazda 323 familia valve timing set up
The igniton timng is 6 degrees BTDC
Between 6 - 8 degrees BTDC
It should be changed every 60,000 miles on all years 1988-94 with a timing belt. It is not an interference engine.
Is it possible an electrical problem can cause my engine coil to burn on my Mazda 323
I was looking at the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) and for the 1600 cc engine in a 2003 Mazda Protege ( Canada ) it shows ( 60,000 miles )
If the engine is a non-interference type then the answer is NO. See the list below:
With an uncle and a hammer.
i suggest u either get a new key or ignition
no. you have to take the whole light out
IF ITS A 1.8, THEN ITS NEXT TO THE TIMING COVER
Hitachi 2V is listed for the 323 1.5Ltr E5 engine (1981-1985).
NO. Gates belts has a list. This engine is not interference.
The Mazda 323 of that time from had a 1600cc engine but that isn't going to effect the issue of where to get a wiring diagram. Haynes makes a manual for the 1990-1994 Mazda 323. If you have a 1986-1989 Mazda 323, you will need to get a FSM (Factory Service Manual).
My 1991 Mazda 323 has two plastic screws on drivers side, facing engine. Are they airbleeder valves?
sistem pemasangan temingbelt
it is to the left of the engine beside your belt.
unbolt tranny from engine clutch is between them
Mazda made a 323 "GT" turbo 4 door sedan for at least 2 years, 1988 and 1989. It featured the 1.6 DOHC (B6T) engine that was also standard for the 323 GTX. It was rated at 132 bhp.
I doubt it. Timing chains are designed to last the life of the engine.