The only fuel filter on the 1999 Protege is a "sock" on the fuel pump pickup tube inside the gas tank. The sock can't be replaced seperately from Mazda, you have to replace the fuel pump which does not include the sending unit.
Inside the fuel tank
Where is the flasher relay on the 1999 mazda protege
where is the thermostat on a 1999 mazda protege?
The filter is on the backside of the engine, next to the alternator. It can be reached from underneath.
Yes, 1999 Mazda protege window issues indeed....
my 1998 4 cylinder protege is under left of air filter right of engine I think.
the altenater is located on the bottom, closest to the fire wall
thermostat is located where the lower hose conects to the engine
its inside the transmission by the oil pan
i drive a 2000 Mazda Etude and does not have a fuel filter.
From the look of things theis car does not have a fuel filter. The only filter that has to do with the fuel seems to be in the fuel tank. A 2001 Mazda Protege (actually, all models from 1999-2003 including the DX, LX, ES, Mazdaspeed, and Protege 5) does not have an inline fuel filter. The only fuel filter it has is a "strainer" or a "screen", which looks like a nylon mesh "sock". This strainer is connected to the fuel pump, located in the gas tank. Although this fuel strainer does not require periodic replacement, it is recommended that it be changed if you are replacing the fuel pump.
You can use the end of the tire iron to remove the lug bolts off a 1999 Mazda Protege DX.
in the stearing wheel
Yes it does have ABS. The older Protege 1997 and older dosnt.
whar are the torque specs for head bolt on a 1999 Mazda protege 1.6 engine
The fuel filter on a 1999 Mazda 626 LX 4-cylinder is located in the rear of the vehicle. It is in the fuel line in front of the gas tank.
The idle air control valve is also known as the idle speed valve. On a 1999 1.6 literÊMazda Protege, it is located at next to the throttle body.Ê
it is mounted to the strut tower between it and the firewall on the passenger side
under the trottle body
The 1999 Mazda Protege DLC fuse can be found in the fuse box. The DLC fuse will be at the bottom of the first column.
i think it does nt have one
If a 1999 Mazda Protege keeps making clicking noises, you might have a bad alternator or starter. You could also have a bad ignition or solenoid.
No , the 1.8 liter 4 cylinder in a 1999 Mazda Protege is not an interference engine
If it is the WL turbo engine it is located right under the turbo