it depends on how heavy your foot is, but on a recent run to Germany from the UK we averaged 35mpg. having said that i would expect it to be 20 - 25 urban
Any PCV valve should have two basic characteristics which help you locate it on the engine of your car. There should be a small hose, usually harder material, comming out of the crankcase. Most of the engines I have worked on have very few holes in the crankcase since it increases the chance of a loss of pressure. Sometimes the PCV valve seats firmly into the top of the crankcase instead. The second thing to look for is a hose connecting into the side of a valve cover. In most of my cars, this is located on the back side of the valve cover (the side facing the passenger compartment) and is usually difficult to get to. There are always wires or hoses running close or covering this from sight. The PCV valve will be connected in some way to both the crankcase and the valve cover. (usually)
Its right on the top of your engine , in the black plastic cam cover, there is a vaccum hose connected to it and it takes about 25 seconds to replace it, very easy.
The Idle air control valve can become dirty. I recommend as a every 6 months preventative maintenance to spray carb cleaner in the IDLE AIR PORT. This cleans the buildup off of the valve. Also a vacuum leak or a very dirty or faulty PCV Valve can cause this.
Your fuel filter is located on the firewall under your brake master cylinder. Your PCV valve is either located in the intake manifold or in a hose between the valve cover and intake. : I have a 91 Geo Metro LSi convertible my fuel filter is located on the driver side frame, about 1 foot in front of the fuel tank. It actually, is about right where the drivers door rear opening is. Follow that down, continue, under the car and it is located on the inside part of the frame. It is not hard to get to but you do have to get the left side up off the ground to work on it. Mine fastened with one bolt, holding a bracket that wrapped around the fuel filter. The work is supposed to take about 25 minutes at a repair shop. I do not know about the PCV valve. By the way the dealer says it takes 36 minutes to replace the plugs!!!! Must be the slowest car repair serviceman in the world
what is the valve setting on a 25 hp kawasaki lawn mower engine
I found the answer here: http://www.mazdaforum.com/forum/mazda-mx-3-mazda-mx-6-25/water-leak-17642/
Changed camshaft position sensor, about $25, top back of engine at end of valve cover. Engine revs to 4500 and seems to have a lot more power. Took about 5 minutes to replace!
i think but i tink it it 25 because of the aditude
about 25 mpg
The Mazda millenia from 2000 gets 20 mpg, 28 on the highway, and 25 on average.
Ford Motor Company had up to 25% share in Mazda. I am unsure if this is still the case. This is why the Mazda Navajo was essentially the same as the Ford Explorer. Also, this is why the Mazda 626 had similar design and transmission as the Ford Contour. I am also unsure who the majority owner of Mazda is. Hope this helps
.21-.25 Intake. .25 Out
The Ford Laser is, in fact, a restyled version of the Mazda 323. Ford owns 25% of Mazda. In the U.S. it is a Mazda 323. The Ford Laser in the U.S is called a Ford Escort.
Typically plugs and wires. It depends on how thorough you want. I also include the PCV valve and air filter, fuel filter...any hoses that need it...belts, etc. It can also include coils if you feel they are weak or going bad. These run $25 each for parts store coils...and there are 3.
The average gas mileage of a Mazda 3 Sport depends on the engine and body style it has. Most Mazda 3 Sports have an average gas mileage between 25-30 MPG.
I had a 1988 convertible that averaged 22-25 mpg.
A properly maintained, stock Mazda Miata engine will easily last 200,000 miles on an engine and yield 25-30 mpg.
The EPA mileage estimate for the 2010 Mazda Mazdaspeed3 is 18 mpg in the city, 25 mpg on the highway.
The EPA mileage estimate for the 2011 Mazda Mazdaspeed3 is 18 mpg in the city, 25 mpg on the highway.
The EPA mileage estimate for the 2006 Mazda MAZDA5 is 19 mpg in the city, 25 mpg on the highway.
The EPA mileage estimate for the 2007 Mazda MAZDA5 is 19 mpg in the city, 25 mpg on the highway.
The EPA mileage estimate for the 2013 Mazda Mazdaspeed3 is 18 mpg in the city, 25 mpg on the highway.
The EPA mileage estimate for the 2011 Mazda MAZDA3 is 25 mpg in the city, 33 mpg on the highway.