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  3. We have an ultra low mileage 1996 626 with a V6. Can anyone confirm where the Purge Solenoid Valve is in the larger engine? I think we found it, but would love to have confirmation since my son and I aren't exactly experienced mechanics. We've got a P0443 and it is causing us to fail inspection. We're thinking about changing out the valve. Thanks for any help you can provide.
  4. 2002 Mazda 626 2.5L V6 Was throwing the P0400 CEL code (EGR code). Also had a lopping idle and ran rough and started rough. Replaced EGR valve with a brand new one. It fixed nothing. Exact same symptoms and issues. Any thoughts before junking this thing?
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  6. With that mileage I would be concerned about the transmission.
  7. I have the option to buy a 1991 Mazda 626 GT Turbo in good condition. The car has close to 300,000K but appears to be well taken care of. Assuming the engine passes the compression test I'm wondering first what areas of the car would I be looking at addressing first, parts to replace, etc. just to keep it running normally for time to come? Secondly if you had around $1000 to invest in improving the car what would you spend it on? Generally I hear stability, suspension, wheels & tires, brakes before engine mods. Not looking to go all out and make a hot rod but I would like to tune it up a little. Any brands and specific items appreciated.
  8. Just put in maf sensor and it was good for most of the day driving once I sit and idle same surging issue just took off battery going to check codes and then run for awhile then check codes any other ideas??
  9. Not yet dude. Didn't realise it existed. I'll check it out. Cheers for the lead and it's a nice collection you have there too btw....
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  11. I need to replace my downstream O2 sensor, but I’m not sure where it’s at. I drive a 1997 626 if that helps at all. I just need to know how to access it and get it changed. Thanks for the help!!
  12. Just gotta ask the right people, bloke! You asked anybody on the RX626 FB page?
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  14. Hi there, anyone having an old A-Pillar antenna for miy 1979 626 CB2 Coupé? Cheers, Benni
  15. Howzit, New to the forum and 626 world... Purchased a 79 626 sedan in Feb and finally gotten around to exploring the water oil mixing in the MA. Thought it may have been a gasket but they all looked pretty good. After taking the water pump off I noticed a few fractures in the timing cover. Then pulled the timing cover foward.to have a look and the back appears to have a series of cracks in it. Seems to be the only place that could be leaking... So wondering if anyone may know where I could find a timing cover? Any help is appreciated. Cheers
  16. Might be a bit late, but AutoZone carries the struts (and they have some in stock.) https://www.autozone.com/suspension-steering-tire-and-wheel/shock-strut-rear/sachs-strut-031149/863446_874713_1759
  17. Hello I have a 1989 Mazda 626 2.2 NA. A couple of the hoses that are going into the charcoal canister of my car are loose. I was wondering if someone had a picture of theirs or knew where to fit them.
  18. Where can I find the bolts for that bracket
  19. I cleaned the throttle body, egr valve and changed the gaskets. If start the engine it sounds easy in the area of the throttle body as if it were pulling in false air.
  20. Where do I have to go to create a signature? I don't want to type my signature EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. I. POST. Please help me find the spot! Thank you! DarkFlame (But you can call me David) '99 Mazda 626 V6 San Antonio, TX
  21. I'm looking to rebuild the suspension on my '99 626 V6, but cannot find specs on the OEM sway bar sizes (front or rear). I want to beef it up so that the car is more stable in hard corners, so I want thicker bars than the OEM. Can anyone tell me the thickness of the OEM sway bars, front an rear? Yes, I know I need to redo the rest of the suspension, but this is my 1st research into upgrading my vehicle. Note: I got this car from my parents & it only has 44k miles on it. But, being that it's 20 years old, I need to refurbish lots of parts that interact with rubber interfaces. Beefing up sway bars & bushings are my 1st task, then stiffer shocks & springs. New motor mounts are also in the equation. Suspension is really the only mechanical issue to be resolved. Then, I'll look to upgrade brakes, wheels, & stickier tires. After that, a little minor body work, stereo upgrade, and maybe new front seats. But, for now, I'm really interested in knowing about the stock sway bars so I can make sure and beef them up as I move forward. Thanks a BUNCH! David San Antonio, TX
  22. You might want to check your throttle body. Have you serviced it before? Seems like it's missaligned or clogged. (Don't touch the vents)
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