Yes, I would buy the vehicle.
It depends on what model of Mazda you have. My 2000 Mazda millenia doesn't. It does have reverse teeth though. I would have to go to a dealer to get another one made for it.
I checked my info and I would say they are different. Gabriel does not show anything for the Millenia, so I would say that the Millenia most have something exotic. Dealer only is my bet. email me at matts911.rr.com if u need more help. Matt
chack for a blown fuse or fuses.
if is the 2.3l, only when started the car,its the supercharged seal to will be replaced. Just'n Style
bank one is the rear head, sensor 2 would be the lower one
You would not be considered a stutterer if you only stutter at certain times. Those who stutter all of the time do stutter worse in highly emotional situations.
The Mazda6 was introduced for the 2003 model year to replace the Mazda 626. The Mazda6 was designed to be a more sophisticated and upscale car than the 626 because it would be the company's "flagship" or top model since the Millenia was also discontinued at the same time. But there wasn't a direct replacement for the Millenia. The Millenia was introduced as a 1995 model and replaced the Mazda 929. Mazda was planning their own luxury/performance line (called "Amati") to compete with Acura, Lexus and the other premium brands. The Millenia was intended to be the first of three planned Amati models, but the plan was dropped due to cost issues before it got any further than the Millenia. The Millenia sold in much lower numbers than originally planned. A $35k luxury sedan with a Mazda badge was a tough sell against Acura, Lexus and Infiniti models for the same price.
You did not install the belt correctly. It is more than likely out of time. I would advise you to have an expert look at it. You're lucky in that this is not an interference engine otherwise you would've had serious damage when you attempted to start the engine.
A broken Timing Belt would do it. Also the engine electronics are very sensitive, so a SINGLE electrical wire to a critical component would also leave it unable to start - but the battery will still crank it over.
A flashing check engine light is usually due to a misfire. see related questions below.
lots of places. most common would be the oil pressure switch, located right above the oil filter