$OPEN TO OFFERS + WITH PARTS FROM SECOND CAR
Mazda 626 cb2. classic now 36 years old
2.0L ma engine,
August '82 build date. 4 door, 3sp automatic, blue interior code, runs good, INTERIOR COMPLETE. 230xxx kms, unfortunatly no rego or rwc.
Spare parts include:
Full ma engine with 4 speed gearbox, including pedal assembly and clutch lines,
Original boss kit with a smaller old school momo 3spoke steering wheel
Complete nose cone
all removable panels, wheels, bumpers, trim, wipers
All interior parts from dash including instrument cluster vents switches all removable trim, etc.
Basically a whole car if parts if something is needed
Ok so i have finally decided to part with my mazda as i need funds for another project.
So i found this in a barn in bairnsdale vic 3 years ago.
It had very little interior and was not running
In the years i have owned it i have comleted the fitment of all parts needed, rebuilt the engine with new gaskets throughout.
Not being able to find many parts i decided to buy a second car which i stripped for parts. So this sale comes with alot of spare parts from engine interior all removeable panels and trims and wheels
I have mananged to bring this car back from The dead.
Can organise drop off if required. Can travel long distance if needed very reliable car.
It sounds like an electrical Issue with the engine. Check your spark plugs, coil pack and plugs for corrosion or wear. As for the clicking I don't quite know. Maybe the electrical connection behind the key itself is weak. If it isnt under the hood then I would bet that that is where it is
I had this same issue. I had replaced my fans with Torqflow slim fans. New thermostat. New water pump. New reservoir. New hoses. New coolant temp sensor. New fan relays. Still did the same thing. Replaced my radiator and it fixed my problem.
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It's basically the cost of buying another car with the same motor and a manual transmission, buying some of the wear items new/rebuilt (clutch, pressure plate, axles, etc), and the time to swap out all the applicable parts (transmission, ECU's, pedals, shifter, linkages, etc), and scrap the rest of the other car.
You'd be better off finding another car with your motor and a manual transmission, buy it, and sell your car. If you do it right, you could break even or make a couple bucks.