I/C regulator built inside alternator.
IF ITS A 1.8, THEN ITS NEXT TO THE TIMING COVER
Can someone please tell me how to hot wire the ignition of a 1991 mazda protege?
It's right there. you can't miss it, on the top right hand side of the engine block. did you look?
it doesn't have one
the clutch and the brakes share the same master cylinder on my 1991 protege dx 1.8 sohc
The owners manual should have a fuse box diagram. If you don't have one, try MOTORLIT.COM
6.5inches. Most modern speakers won't match up perfectly on the holes. I've owned a 1993 Mazda protege and a 1991 Mazda protege, I've changed the head unit, speakers and added an amp and sub to both, so I know =p
were is a ALTERNATOR
Front 5.25" @ 1.75" * Rear 5.25" @ Over 8"
under the hood
It is inside the alternator.
remove neg cable remove sensor that is located on top of alternator, move to one side still connected. remove power and reg cables on alt. loosen tension bolt remove bolt at bottom of alt. can do it from top behind alt. rewmove tension bolt and belt,work altr loose thru top between gas line and sensor that you moved, replace the same way
It's located behind the alternator, you can easily be removed if you temporary take out the alternator.
Near the battery or on the back of the alternator
A bad battery terminal(s) connection, bad ground, bad ignition switch, bad starter.
in most cars, when your car dont go over about 30mph, its a trans problem.
it doesn't have one the alternator is regulated in side
The alternator has a built in voltage regulator.
Inside the alternator.
In the gas tank. There's an access hatch located under the rear seat.
ollie Collins2 horns behind the front bumper