Take advantage of current promotions and manufacturer rebates at RockAuto!
Fall Rebates on Shocks/Struts and Complete Strut Assemblies
Purchase combinations of two or four qualifying Monroe (through September 30, 2018) or Rancho (through October 31, 2018) ride control products and get up to an $80 Visa Prepaid Card.
Purchase two or four qualifying KYB ride control products and get up to a $100 Visa Prepaid Card (through September 30, 2018). Shocks, struts and complete strut assemblies are found in the “Suspension” category of the RockAuto catalog.
Power Stop Rebate
Save up to $50 on select “Rotor & Brake Pad” and “Caliper, Rotor & Brake Pad” kits from Power Stop during the month of September! Power Stop takes the guesswork out of replacing your brakes by offering pre-assembled kits that contain components pre-matched to optimize performance, durability and appearance. Go to the RockAuto catalog and click on the "Brake/Wheel Hub" category.
Go to the Promotions and Rebates page to see details for the Power Stop, KYB, Monroe and Rancho rebates and additional rebates for Drivetrain parts, Nerf Step Bars, Spark Plugs, Spark Plug Wire Sets, Tonneau Covers and more being offered by ACDelco, Autolite, Lund, Omix-Ada, USA Standard Gear, Westin and Zumbrota Drivetrain.
Interesting. I don't know much about ABS wheel speed sensors, but my initial internet research revealed that the part numbers for 93-97 626s were different than even the 98+ sensors (from a part # perspective). From what you're saying I can just walk out to the junkyard and find any mazda and grab ABS wheels speed sensors off of it?
If you do a little bit of research on google, every single image on there will show you what and/or where the wheel speed sensors are located. They are generally identical across all other brands of vehicles and has not changed for decades.
Hey y'all, I haven't used this forum much but I'm trying to locate a front left and right ABS wheel speed sensor for 93-97. It's actually going on a probe but the probetalk website died. I know this is probably the wrong forum but I don't have enough posts for the trade/buy forum. Thanks!
I own a '93 Ford TX5, which has the same engine as a MX6 or 626 with the 2.5V6 engine.
Please have a look at the picture. There's 3 places one can add water/cooling solution to the radiator system.
Can anyone kindly explain to me which each one's purpose is please?