Check the fuse panel usually located on the driver side under the dash or in the glovebox. There should be a fuse marked C/lighter or something along those lines.
It is possible it may be under the hood in the Main big fuse box. check these fuses VERY carefully.
I have a 1999 Mazda 626 with the CD4E transmission that had the engine code 1744. The transmission in my car would slip after the fluid was warm. My car had 123000 miles on it and had the transmission rebuilt once before. There are brass bushings inside this transmission that were worn out on my car. I bought a newer CD4E transmission from Ebay (40,000 miles) and put a shift kit in in with a new torque cnverter and new gaskets. The shift kit comes with drill bits to increase the size of the lub ports to increase oil flow to bushings. The previous rebuild was $1200 but obviously they did not change all the parts that needed changed or used the wrong parts. These transmissions are expensive and can be hard to find. I got one from a Ford Escape but had to use the old bell housing because the Ford Escape has a different starter mount. I was told they could not be interchanged but for me it worked.
You can only play 2 player on online servers. You can find a server from the list of minecraft servers or you can create your own personal server from the server.jar program located on the minecraft website
On computers anyway you need separate computers to play multiplayer (2 player). With the new 1.7.x version if you play in the same house you can now go to the single player map and select the "Open to Lan" options in the menu and anyone in the house can then join your map. They just need to go to the Multiplayer menu to find it.
If your buddy lives across town then one of you will have to download the server and set it up. (the one with the faster internet or better computer)
Go to the Minecraft WiKi online and it will explain it all.
There was no indication in records of any MPV 4-cylinder, only 6-cylinder. Call your Mazda auto dealer's service department and ask for the location of this fuse.
The Neutral Safety Switch on the 1997 Mazda 626 (and similar) is located behind the clutch petal arm. The petal is connected to the clutch master cylinder pushrod which goes through the firewall. Right below it is a little black box with a short white plastic rod sticking out of it touching the petal arm and a wire harness attached to the box. The box is the switch. The white rod is the spring loaded part of the switch that is thrown when you push on the petal. Two small bolts hold it in place. It is quite hard to get to and see. You will need to push the driver seat back all the way. A small flashlight or other lighting device is needed. You will be on your back, upsidedown, and in a fairly uncomfortable position. It is a non-serviceable item and should be replaced if it is defective. However, if one is careful it can be taken apart and cleaned. THE FOLLOWING SHOULD BE ONLY A TEMPORARY FIX AS IT BYPASSES THE SAFEFY MEASURE DESIGNED INTO THE CAR: If the rod is broken, it can be short ciruited to start the car by removing the spring and pushing in the remaining part of the rod.
its in the back of the rear left tire on top
The profit margins of petrol service stations are very small. They make almost no money on the fuel they sell, most of their income comes from the convenience store normally attached to the station.
Call Poison Control and Call a doctor Nothing its poisonous your a gonner if you drink it BUT in the few minuites you have left to live dont go near a lit match! otherwise you will explode drink so much water you need to go potty then you'll wee it out.
If you are refering to the Water and Radiator cooling system on a 2.5L V-6 Mazda 626. The Thermostat is located at the top of the hose that comes off the bottom of the radiator, it is NOT located near the upper hose closest to the fill cap and resevior. All tools are small 8, 10, and 12mm wrenches, but you'll probably want a torque wrench for some the final tightening, just to make sure you don't over tighten or leave too loose. You have to remove the air filter box: top and bottom sections. There is a interesting transition piece between the top section of the lower hose that connects to the bell-like housing that is over the Thermostat. It looks like and does flex, but you still have to unbolt the unit from the engine block to access and remove the bell-like cover over the Thermostat.
Check the timing belt Answer - My 99 Protege was leaking out coolant slowly out of the water pump. A seal on it had gone bad and the pump needed to be replaced. Haven't had a leak or an overheat since new pmp was installed.
The 1993 Mazda. reverse light switch is located below the shifter column. The relay switch can be seen by removing the center console.
It's burning oil. Usually worn rings, oil sludge or carbon in the ring grooves or worn valve guides. The above answer is correct. However, excessive white smoke would indicate large amounts of water vapor in the exhaust possibly caused by a blown head gasket or cracked block. Check your oil to see if there is water in it. If there is, it will look milky on the dipstick. Another possibility My car had this same problem;and it was caused by a small black valve to the top of the engine that was cracked. Which caused the engine to suck air in. The air when mixed with heated oil you get "poof" white smoke.
Our 1994 Mazda 626 5-spd 2L is now 18 yrs old and has delivered 317,000 miles. I continue to drive it every day. Some features:
purchased new in April, 1994
original trans incl orig manual clutch
original AC & cruise control
Performance probably has to do with driving, freq oil changes every 3-4K, and manufacturing. Some have suggested it may have been one of the earlier models on the assembly line when tolerances were tighter.
Answer: If you mean your radiator cooling fan, it most likely is a grounded or shorted circuit from the "cooling fan sensor" (internal) or a pinched wire. Depends on when it happened: was there any work done prior to this happening? IF not, then the sensor is most likely the issue. In this case, once you find it (normally the sensor is screwed into the bottom of the radiator), unplug one of the wires (or remove the connector) and see if the cooling fan continues to run, if the fan turns off, then replace the sensor.
is the engine oil low? maybe its flowing to the back of the sump and away from the pick up when you go up the steep hill.
Trouble code P0401 means:Exhaust gas recirculation flow insufficient detected
I have a 1997 Mazda millenia with the dist of a 626 the order is 1-2-3-5-4-6, counter clockwise. This should be the same for yours.
I would make sure power is getting to the fuel injector use a noid light to test it. You may also want to check the fuel pressure also the intake manifold may have a leak that can cause a misfire as well. Glad your compression is good. That is a sure sign its something simple.
Go to the Mazda dealer and provide them with the VIN number and they should be able to get a key for you.
Driver side - 20 inches.
Passenger side - 19 inches.
bad rings most likely burnt valves i would also suspect a blown head gasket between those 2 cylinders
In short the LX is more of a base model and the ES has more options. The ES also has the v6 engine whereas the LX has a 4 cyl engine.
not true, the LX can have a 6 cyl engine.