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Some you have to reprogramme them go on youtube

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on Dec 20, 2017


Check fuses under hood and stater relays located in the power distribution box.

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on Sep 07, 2017


Are the plugs wet with fuel?
Check for spark. No spark? it may be the ignition module.

Plugs dry and spark present? No fuel?Spray a little starting fluid and see if it will run on that.
Then check pump fuses and for fuel pump noise.

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on Jun 02, 2017


May I suggest to use a OBD2 scanner and see if it could be a setting in the ECU (computer) that could be out... or engine part malfunction... it will scan for any errors... sounds like it could be the airflow sensor perhaps??

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on May 04, 2017


time to replace the O2 sensor

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on Dec 28, 2016


I have not had a Mazda but in cars I have had it seem to be something which reminds me of timing belt which has slipped a tooth. If your car has a timing belt and has not been changed at the recommended mileage it would be something to check into. Most of my vehicles have been GM and I have had to change 3 timing belt all before 65,000 miles. It never did any damage to my engine but as I understand foreign cars have closer tolerances and can damage valves and pistons. I am sorry I can't be of more help. If your car has not lost any power other than what you have stated it is probably not the timing belt.

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on May 01, 2016


best left to a dealer . sad to say

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on Aug 23, 2015


Check the 20A STOP FUSE and 10A METER FUSE in the joint box but also there may be no speed sensor input that signals the cruise control to engage.

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on Jun 24, 2015


The battery does have enough of a charge to make the starter "click", but not enough power to engage the starter.

First, try a set of jumper cables, to see it will start with a "known-good" battery.

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on Jun 16, 2015


Clean ground wire on where it connects to engine block and clean connections on battery. Make sure battery is charged. If battery is low, jump battery with another vehicle and see if it cranks at normal speed and starts.

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on May 29, 2015


I would recommend replacing the Brake Rotor's. It is not to hard to change those out. If you pick up a Chilton's repair manual it will walk you through all the steps changing them. Now you will not be able to tell if the rotor's are warped just by looking at them you will just need to change them out.

1997 Mazda 626 | Answered on May 04, 2015

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