It is inside the ignition distributor. You have to remove the distributor cap first. Then remove a rotor that carries a metal contact by unscrewing a screw from the rotor. The ignition module is below the rotor. You need to remove 2 screws to remove a cover for the ignition module. The two screws are extremely tight and cannot be removed using a normal screw driver. You probably have to use an impact type of electric drill with reversable (counter clock direction) speeds. I still have been able to remove the two screws myself.
The module is located behind the Rotor Arm assembly in the distributor itself. You have to remove the Distributor Cap, then the Rotor Arm and the module is there.
Inside your distributor !
in the distibutor
bad ignitor or coil .
where is the ignition module located on a 1988 Mazda b2200
The 2004 Mazda 6 4cylinder has 160HP
Could be a bad ignitor, those were notorious for overheating and cracking in years up to 1994. The ignitor is the trigger circuit inside the distributor, by the way. I replaced distributor and problem was fixed I had the same problem on a 1991 626. It also was a bad igniter that I believe is built into the distributor. The mechanic said to replace the dstributor, I did, and it's still running fine. (4years later) Bill Smith
distributor or coil
body control module located
The maximum towing capacity of this 2003 B2300 from Mazda is 1,640. This truck has gross combined weight rating of 4,800 pounds.
There is no Distributor cap or rotor in a 91 Mazda Miata. All years of the Miata use electronic computer controlled ignition systems.
it has to be the distributor cap or rotor or wires...plug wires.
3 bolts on distributor, take off valve cover 13 mm on distributor 12 or 11 mm on cover
The body control module is located behind the glove box.
well if u look at a Mazda 2007 youll see the wires are blue so if you look a the Mazda 1997 it is the same as Mazda 1996 the wire is pinky red on tht one.so the order will be 1996,1997,2007 there all sorted if this was the answer you were looking for.
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Check the distributor electronic module. I had the same problem with a Mazda 626 and I changed the distributor and it runs fine since then. The electronic module overheats and does not function properly until it cools off again that is why your car will stall and after it cools off it will start again.
It's part of the distributor
it is in ths distributor i just changed my for 80.00
you need to reset the timing the distributor did not go back in correctly
Follow the wires from the spark plugs and they will go to the distributor unless the engine does not have one and has a coil pack.
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#1 is front cylinder, distributor rotates clockwise, firing order is 1342, timing is 6 btdc