Ignition module is bad I had a similar problem on a Pontiac grand am- it was the torque inverter. It would idle fine, run in nuetral, but as soon as it was put into gear it stalled with a thump.
why would you want too
vehicle is still in gear, step on clutch
Mazda dx what? Protege, 626, B-truck?? Protege capacity would be 2.83 quarts or 2.68 liters. Mazda 626 manual trans would take 2.9 quarts or 2.7 liters.
look into wiring plug on transmission (under area of transmission). I know this for a fact on manual transmission. auto transmission- i would check in service repair manual.
I would guess you are low on transmission fluid.
your torque converter has locked up.... it's like having a manual transmission with no clutch.
Because the driver took their foot off of the gas and slowed down in a high gear. Or probably because they didnt push in the clutch. Either of those things can stall a manual transmission.
sounds like your distributer is getting moisture in it
93's are not interchangeable with the other years iknow i have on and tried also an auto to a manual cant be done on the original engine manual has to go on a manual etc. so i wish you luck The above answer is totally wrong. ANY Mazda MX6/MX3/626 or Ford Probe can be changed over to manual transmission easily and quickly. The transmission is the Mazda G25M-R for either the 2.0L FS or 2.5L KL engine depending on what you have. There is no difference in the engine between years that would affect fitment of the transmission. The Automatic transmission is a Ford/Mazda CD4E for the 4-cylinder (FS) and a 4EAT for the 6-cylinder (KL). If you're doing it yourself, the manual transmission swap will yield a dependable car with parts from a junkyard, the automatic replacement will now... unless you're purchasing a Mazda (factory) remanufactured and revised transmission. Go to probetalk.com and check out your options.
Simply put NO! The Mazda transmissions are just for the Mazda brand.Not to mention the ford is a full size and would not even bolt up to big v8 or v6 there totally different and share nothing in common.
www.mx6.com sign up there!! It can be done but at an extreme cost first you need the trans next you need an engine that came off a manual you cant use the engine that is on your auto
It will cost between $1500 and $3000 to change your automatic transmission to a manual transmission. The price is dependent upon the type of manual transmission.
I was looking at the ( 1996 ) Ford F-150 owners manual and it shows for the 5 speed Overdrive manual transmission ( Mazda and ZF ) that you would have to buy ( 4 quarts / 4 liters ) and you would have a little left over
the cluth, need to adjusted or need new one.
your fuel gauge is probably bad. You are probably empty when it says 1/2 full.
This may help but it is only a suggestion. If its a manual the idling may be too low. If it controlled by computer this is an area that may need investigation.
my car has been slipping in the transmission would it be the that the transmission is bad or is the filiter and the transmission fluid needing changed?
The default manual transmission on a 1998 Honda Civic would be a 5-speed manual transmission. These are commonly referred to as "stick shift" cars.Ê
This question actually refers to a Mazda "6" that stalls when in the stopped position. Sorry about the miss printed info.
That would depend on which 5 speed manual transmission you have in your 1989 Ford Ranger : The Mitsubishi ( transmission code " D " ) takes ( 80-90W gear lube ) The Mazda ( transmission code " M " ) takes ( MERCON automatic transmission fluid )
Depends on which country you are in. In the UK, an example of a 7-seater with manual transmission would be a Ford Galaxy.
if it is automatic then this would be caused by shift down is not working in transmission
I had a similar problem, I don't know if your car is manual or automatic, but mine is manual and the problem was the clutch.