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 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
if you are standing on the passenger side facing the engine,it is on the lower left side.easy to change has two bolts
I/C regulator built inside alternator.
The transmission dipstick for the 1991 Chevrolet Caprice is located on the side of the transmission. It will be behind a valve cover.
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
Front 5.25" @ 1.75" * Rear 5.25" @ Over 8"
It's right there. you can't miss it, on the top right hand side of the engine block. did you look?
If it is an Automatic just open the hood and look down at where the transmission bolts to the engine. There you will see the dipstick.
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.
Behind the engine, on the passenger side, just in front of the firewall.
there is not a dipstick on a manual transmission
In the gas tank. There's an access hatch located under the rear seat.
ollie Collins2 horns behind the front bumper
on a 96 its on the driver side fender
This is an NHTSA-listed Safety Recall item. All Mazda USA dealers are to perform this Safety Recall work free of charge for all 1990-1994 Mazda Proteges and 1990-1994 Mazda 323s, but only if indicated by either a malfuntioning driver- or passenger-side passive shoulder belt.
how do remove the brake drum on a 1991 mazda 323
It's in the fuel tank. You have to get access to the top of the fuel tank
There is a dipstick in the engine compartment to check the transmission fluid. Read the dipstick and it will tell you whether to check it "with engine running in park or in neutral or engine off or whatever". It should also tell you the recommended fluid. Fill it through the same dipstick tube. They make funnels just for that. DO NOT OVERFILL. And it's a hard little bugger to find. Mine is directly under a tube between the battery and engine. Unless you stand off to the side you can't see it. Once you do it's fairly easy to find.