Hi Make sure it is not an after market pump, I put four after market pumps in my 92 until I was told to use a Mazda pump, all is running good.
she would get hot or leak or you would hear a funny noise in the front
It would depend on the truck's condition. The B2200 short bed truck in excellent condition would be about $1,650. The B2200 long bed would be around $1,750 in excellent condition.
The valve guides in the cylinder head wear out and oil gets sucked in and burned.
Have the timing checked,it sounds like your timing is out,also check your distributor cap and rotor,good luck,Frank
Ummm no where??!!?! for one a b2200 is a Mazda pick up and in that case it would be on the drivers side half way back affixed to the inner side of the frame rail :P simalair location on either truck though
it leaks oil.
Hey Kim==You might try a different brand of pumps. GoodluckJoe
NO!! The Mazda engine and ford engine are totally different period.Mazda was still strickly Mazda until 1993. It was not until 1994 when Mazda and ford became the same on engine and tranmission similarities.You need a Mazda engine for your Mazda transmission.Note the 1986-1993 Mazda bseries trucks are all Mazda manufactured.Ford is not interchangeable with these models period.
Fuse? check your fuse box for the fuse indicated "horn" remove and replace if neccessary. if fuse is not the problem, check wiring to horn under the hood in the engine compartment.
For starters the 1986 year model was a b2000(however unless Mazda made a late version of the 86 as a b2200 maybe possible) Anyway any b2200 engine Mazda made for the bseries that was fuel injected is compatible.You will have to have the ecm and wiring harness for the ecm from the fuel injected engine in order for it work.The b2200 was fuel injected after 1988 I believe and it was not on all the 1988 models they switched in mid production to this.I will not swear this to be exact with details but,generally the 1986-1993 models are interchangeable for the most part with pretty much the whole truck.Just note by changing to fuel injection is not a cost advantage in the long run.If you just need a engine,compare the cost to upgrade,time versus just doing a good rebuild (I would) not to mention switching harnesses,ecm, etc.If the engine needs a tear down I would suggest that,cheaper,less bs,and wiring nite mares hooking up.Just my take on the overall picture!
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To remove the oil pan on the b2200 Mazda truck requires alot of work.I will not go into all the specifics to do this but,will summorize it.It requires removing the skid plate, jacking the engine with a hoist up,remove part of the steering system,removing various other parts and several hours to do.So in short yes it can be done with the engine not removed,but you will need a hoist to lift the engine from the front.Since most do not have the ability to with the hoist to lift it,a shop is probably your best solution.I would check with your local shops or Mazda dlr and compare prices for the best cost.Sorry Mazda made this cake job a real pain due to design even if I had to do this I would have to get a engine hoist to do it myself and I am very mechanically inclined.
I will would no due to the two engines are different is some aspects.Checking some of them there are some signifigant differences in the valves,compression,bore.I will not swear that it cannot be done with some changes to adapt the difference.I would not suggest the swap.I would go by a local Mazda dealer and ask one of the techs there they can better answer this.I have chimed in with my local Mazda asking stuff books do not specify in the past.
White smoke usually indicates steam. I don't think a bad intake manifold gasket would cause it, but a bad or blown head gasket certainly would. More than likely it is a bad head gasket or a cracked head. White smoke means you are getting anifreeze in your cumbustion chamber (cylinder) and when it fires it is burning the moisture creating white smoke.
yes i would recommend changing both.make sure you pay attention to what belt you have as their is a round tooth and square tooth belt so you get the right one!if you need any help check out www.mazdabscene.com lots of good people on there and all Mazda truck owners!i am a member on there (lofosho86)good luck!!
i would go for a new clutch assembly first
I'm guessing that you are wanting to know how to get the Check Engine Light to go off. It would be a VERY good Idea to have a qualified shop hook it up and find out WHY it is on and then Fix the problem that your On-board Computer is detecting. Hoipe This Helps.
An intermediate shaft that is rotated by a mainshaft and transmits, in turn, that rotation to a working part. Where is this countershaft at? In a transmission they are set into the sides of the case, on an engine the only place where one might be would be the oil pump perhaps. You are going to have to give some more information.
The best place to look for information regarding the 2008 Mazda 6 would be from a Mazda dealer. If you would rather look on the web, the Mazda website would give you the best information.
You can wear Anything with pumps. But if they are Leopard print they wont go with everything. but if you do have Leopard print pumps they would go best with all black. but if your have like one solid color then they would go with anything.
It would depend on which Mazda. Probes were made by Mazda, and used the same engines as the 626, MX-6, and some Millenias.
If fuel pumps were not necessary, there would not have any on your car! If there is a problem with your fuel pumps, your car will not start, or it will start but it won't run for very long.
follow the line from the master cylinder for the clutch usually there is a bleeder screw on the fire wall a couple feet from cyclinder, get some one to pump the clutch as you would bleeding the brakes, then theres a nother bleeder screw b4 the line goes to the flexline by the trans