If you are positive its 2 & 3 , and you know the coils are good , check the crank/cam angle sensor . I had this problem with 1 & 4 cyl. I WAS NOT able to test the cam sensor at home , myself. So I replaced it with a working one from a friends car . Cured . Bought one from junk yard next day , they are VERY expensive.
Should, I believe you will have to switch the seat frames though
it is to cange the headlamp
The spark plug gap for a 1996 Mazda Familia should be set between 1.0 and 1.1 mm. This is stated in the adjustment data from Mazda.
The airbag module on a 1996 Mazda Miata is located along the front of the vehicle's frame. It is positioned so that it can immediately detect impacts and deploy the airbags.
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there is . make sure the resivoir is filled up
No it does not, it is a non-interferenceif the timing belt break the valves will not collide into the pistons.
Standard 4 quarts can be used for an engine oil change.
The proper spark plug gap for a 1996 B2300 is .044. Some spark plugs will come pre-gapped and on some brands of spark plugs the gap is not adjustable.
You have to remove the coil that sits on top of the spark plug, coils are the six square objects that have spark plug wires running to them.
I used this guide when I changed the clutch in my 97. http://www.miata.net/garage/clutch2.html
The gap setting is .38 to .42
i assume you pulled plugs and grounded them and lookesed for spark.look online and test coils with meter.
Check to make sure there is power going to your coils from your ignition switch.
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.
this sounds fishy .... Did you screw that motor up ?
well there could be a number of reasons that it would do that if you have coils it could be a fuse but it could also be a timing belt
On the drivers side of the car. Look behind the hood release and you should see a little black cover explaining which fuse is what.
The one you most likely can't find is right on the back of the fuse receptacle. It's a fusible link and requires you to replace the receptacle.
If you have to ask, you shouldn't be doing it. Since it is listed right on the coils. In all the manuals, and same as when you took them off !
is this a trick question? of the hundreds of millenia s' i have seen, not one of them have a distributor.