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Where is the ignitor module in the distributor of a 93 Mazda 626 4-cylinder?


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2013-01-04 08:43:10
2013-01-04 08:43:10

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.

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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


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