Not getting fuel or spark?
The gap is 0.060
.054 inch , according to fordparts.com
The spark plug gap should be set at 0.032 of a inch with a gap setting tool.This is simple and also suggest using ngk plugs(normal oem replacement) not platinum.Go with these for simple low cost,and ease of install and removal.
The spark plug torque spec range is between 6 and 10 ft/lbs.
it is around 1993 to 2003.i got the information from spark notes.
I have a 1993 Mazda 626, 5 speed. Had to replace the whole wiring harness. After replacing the harness my car will not start. All it does is crank, I checked for spark and i have none. Replaced the distributor rotor, spark plugs and still no spark. even checked to see if the fuses are all good. Oh also i don't have to hold the clutch in it cranks without holding the clutch in Never did that before. Anyone have any ideas? Or where i can look for more help?
my 1993 accord doesnt have spark
the passenger side is 1 then they go in order to the drivers side
You can either take out a spark plug on each rotor and spin it over or you can pull your fuel injection fuse and spin it over.
if you buy the correct spark plugs , they are preset at factory to the right setting for your car
I have a Mazda 929 (1993) I had the same problem last year...I got a new alternator, and some new wires and spark plugs. Haven't had a problem with it since.
Alex Spark died in 1993.
driver side, underneath those spark plugs wires you should see a orange plug, pull it out all the way.
1993 Chevy cavalier 2.2l Spark gap is....................... 1.4mm
No, the 1993 Mazda Protege DX does not have an airbag. The vehicle does have a passive restraints system and is extremely reliable.
Follow + battery cable should connect to solenoid
According to one of the Ford websites : For a 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis , 4.6 liter V8 engine : The spark plugs are gapped at ( .054 inch ) * confirm with the Vehicle Emission Control Information ( VECI ) decal located in the front of the engine compartment
For my Mazda I use 10w-30
i always set it to 40 thousandths, that's what my b20 and the b18c1 head used
In my experience ilook in the hood for a stikerand it may be .039 to .043inchesbecause i have 1993 probe and it has the same engine as Mazda 626 engine (Mazda is owned by ford)so parts are same and they will fit any engine _2.0l or 2.5AnswerThe proper gap for a 2000 Mazda 626 would be between .039 and .043-inch.