Start with the center two bolts and work your way around in a circular fasion.
Don't forget to pop the valve cover and torque them again in sequence after the engine has ran a few times. If you don't the bolts will relax and the head gasket will blow prematurely. See the links below for more info.
14" x 5.5", 6 Lug
Various parts and accessories of 1987 Mazda B2000 have been put on sale on various websites like eBay. The various parts and accessories range between $10 and $200.
Yes, a Mazda B2000 is most definitely a 4-cylinder with a 2.0L engine. However, technically Mazda didn't produce the B2000 as a 1988 model. It was made in 1986-1987. Then in 1989 Mazda made the B2200 Pickup, which is a 2.2L 4 cylinder.
The most likely cause is a blown head gasket.
It is below the HIGH pressure line. Usually smaller than the other.
Gross Vehicle Weight= 2450 kg or 5401 lbs Curb Weight= 4400 lbs
it will fit the b2200, b2000,b2600. I think 1987 to 1993.
NO the mazda and toyota are two totally different trucks.The starters are designed based on engine and transmission design.This part is specific and can vary based on a automatic vs a manual even on the same brand and year model.
Could be a bad ignition switch if it tries to start but will not start all the way once you release the key.
its in the back left corner beside the engine. pinch the clamps, pull off the hose ,(theres two, one going in and one coming out) then connect them to the new filter
1987 Chevy head bolt torque 2.5L?
Apparently you have NO clue that the truck has electronic ignition! Meaning the truck does NOT have points!It has a rotor button,and ignition module.Points have not been used on the for years and the 86-93 Mazda series are all electronic ignition. I own a 89 b2000 and the point gap is 0.45-0.55 and it DOES have points! I can take a photo for you if you like? So they are NOT all electronic ignition!
check all your fuses and battery connections?
Clutch safety switch =- should be on the top of the clutch pedal under dash area Neutral safety switch could be at the lower end of the gearshift handle or at the side of the transmission
If the diagram decal is not under the hood, your best bet would be to visit your local library and find a reference specific to your vehicle. I don't think reference books are available for checkout, but you can make copies of the diagrams there.
Torque for the dome???????WHAT the heck is a dome???????????????
0.031 thousandths or just 31 plain and simple using a gap tool.
Well to correct your post there was not a b2200 in 1981.It is a b2000.The firing order should be 1,3,4,2.This information actually applies to several mazda engines like the 1,586cc,1,796cc,1,970cc, and 1,998cc and last 2,184(the true b2200) from late 86 going into 1987.Amazing they all share 1 thing and fire order.
Torque for the dome???????????????????????? What the heck is a dome?????????
What it usually turns out to be is a faulty turn signal relay. In more rare instances, there is a short in the turn signal switch in the column. The column switch has tail, brake, and blinker lights wired into it. Good luck
The temperature sender is at located at the thermostat housing.It will have a a singel terminal electrical connector that slides onto the sender.It is directly below the thermostat (note it is where the upper radiater hose goes to the block).Simple autozone or advance auto parts carry this item.
In the alternator
I will would no due to the two engines are different is some aspects.Checking some of them there are some signifigant differences in the valves,compression,bore.I will not swear that it cannot be done with some changes to adapt the difference.I would not suggest the swap.I would go by a local Mazda dealer and ask one of the techs there they can better answer this.I have chimed in with my local Mazda asking stuff books do not specify in the past.