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    G'day, my name is Matt, live on Gold Coast. My brother in law has a large collection of old Mazdas (bongos, B1600s, 323s, 626s) all pre-1980 stuff. I bought a '79 626 off him that I am trying to get on the road, new windscrenn, change to a 5 speed then RW and should be good to go. Hopefully by March i will have it ready, anyone in south east qld who wants to go for cruise let me know, look forward to it. Cheers, Matt
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    Owners Manual If you don't have one. Fuse S inside the car. And if you read the above posts, shows the fuse diagram.
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    If you use a regular bolt, it would block the flow going through the PS pump. A banjo bolt has a hole on the side and that hole runs to the bottom hole of that bolt thus allowing fluid flow to bypass through the bolt and into the pipe as it's designed. I'm not an expert in everything inside a PS pump so I don't know the damage it could do without the banjo bolt but I'm sure it will cause premature failure down the road. If you're going to temporally put a regular bolt in until you find the correct one, make sure you buy another pair of copper washers since they can only be used once. Again I am not sure what happens once you put the regular bolt in and start the car and drive it.
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    It will not without cutting and welding, I was not able to fit it in the time I had with the tools available to me. The j pipe was canted off to one side and was too tight to the bottom of the engine and frame. You'd pretty much need a custom made j pipe for the header to work out on a 626. Mine sits in the basement till I get around to selling it or till someone I know gets a car it'll fit.
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    Ah yes, smog. This is why I left California! Your car is awesome!!! I was just in LA nearly a month ago. I went to this: https://www.automobiledrivingmuseum.org/event/jdm2018/ JDM at the ADM on September 29th (my car was next to the black one in the first photo foreground)... I should probably post more pics (and of my other car show adventure)... I'm not on here often enough. There was only one other Capella there (a first generation/early 70's one) and it wasn't even at the same part of the show (it was bigger than you see here). It was a blast anyway, especially when I told people I'd just driven 850 miles (1400km) to be there. Next time I trek down, you should join me!! We could totally show up those millions of 510s (and the accompanying Bluebirds) that seem to hang out at these shows!
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    The V8 will go in my Opel (it's smog exempt). Not going to do any permanent mods on my 626. And here's a token pic from my phone.
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    Hi I'm new to the forum and live in Brisbane Queensland. I am presently doing up my 81 626 and I was asking if anybody knows if these chrome moulds are available? Are there any chrome moulds from other vehicles that will fit my S2 626. Thanks
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    hey I took the interior pieces off of the hatch to repair a crack...I noticed that if the hatch light wasent plugged into the harness my lock switch dident work
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    That's an awesome story! I know cars are just transportation or a financial burden to non enthusiasts, but I think it becomes what you want it to be. And for a lot of us they're practically a living memory machine.
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    Faulty switch? Motor? Pinched wire? Mine worked for a bit. then stopped. GT = central locking, should unlock with the car.
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    Hello guys, I have up for grabs many nice parts from different Mazda cars so have a look as there may be something of interest to you. Prices include shipping within the Continental USA, I do ship internationally so feel free to ask for a shipping quote. OK here we go its a big list so grab a coffee and start reading. IHI T-Bird hybrid Compressor Housing and wheel with adapter and original flanges (this will fit the turbos in the Probe\MX6\626 with VJ11 turbo) $84 T-bird Garrett T3 60\63 Turbocharger with welded aluminum inlet and outlet on the comp housing $138 KLDE KLG4 intake manifold Phenolic spacers (oval) with Bolts SOLD! 93-97 Mazda 626 JDM rear mud flaps with hardware, these are hard to come by and are a bit bigger than the regualr rear 626 mud gards $60 1996 Mazda 626 MTX ECU with pig tail connector(great for converting to Manual trans) KLC7 , KLC9-18-881B $48 RR Racing Motor Mount Polyurethane inserts (red) , I believe these are for the rear mount on the KL $24 G series manual transmission Stainless Braided Clutch line 12" long for mx6\626\probe but may fit others SOLD VRIS vacuum canisters with check valve(fits all KLs i believe) came off a KLDE $24 2006 Mazdaspeed 6 aluminum Gas pedal cover with hardware, can be made to fit any plastic gas pedal just drill 2 holes and done $24 2006 Mazdaspeed 6 Exhaust surrounds with rear valance in rough shape (willing to sell just the stainless surrounds for $80) $140 03-05 Mazda 6 3.0 V6 Injen Cold air intake, includes rubber elbow and Maf sensor SOLD! Mazda 323 GTR replica hood vents made of fiberglass (BG), bought from ebay Indonesia $80 Aluminum Blow off valve Spliter style (Forge clone) SOLD! 93-97 Mazda MX6 rear mud flaps, 2 sets available in red and gold $60 Mazda MX3 GS rear mud flaps blue $60 93-97 Mazda MX6 Power Mirror in green(faded) Driver side LHD $36 03-08 Mazda 6 leather perforated steering wheel $42 91-95 Mazda 929 (HD) Front and rear Mud flap set, pearl white $86 2001 Protege 5 ATX ECU FS8M-1881-B $40 2003 Mazdaspeed Protege MSP Pedal covers, gas brake & clutch (might fit 626\mx6 look it up) SOLD! 2003 Mazdaspeed Protege FSDET Braided oil feed line and T adapter with oil pressure sensor, OEM setup(should fit FS & FSDE) $26 2003 Mazdaspeed Protege MSP silver strut bar with mounting brackets, OEM $75 2003 Mazdaspeed Protege MSP Stainless Turbo Manifold heat shield , OEM $48 2003 Mazdspeed Protege MSP MTX ECU MSP0-1881-A (great for converting your Protege to Turbo)$85 2003 Mazdaspeed Protege MSP Aluminum valve cover with cam sensor $54 2003 Mazdaspeed Protege Samco Sport hot pipe, Silicone upper intercooler pipe SOLD! 2003 Mazdaspeed Protege silicone upper radiator hose and Turbo T shape silicone hose and another related silicone hose SOLD! Forge billet adjustable WGA wategate for Mazdaspeed protege $85 Told ya it was a long list of goodies -Andy
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    Oh I see, youre taking a page out of my book....”if it ain’t broke, fix it till it’s broke” if you are in fact willing to take a working engine out, take it all apart, put it back together, reinstall the engine then I say go for it. Machine work isent cheap and if you take the long block to a machine shop it could cost up to $2000 to have them do the whole job. You should get very fimilar with the factory work shop manual. It’s a big task especially for someone who never done it. Rebuilding an engine is rebuilding an engine. Not much differs. Research how an engine works and the components of an engine there’s a lot to consider. You must keep it extremely clean a tiny spec of dust on a crank journal can cause a catastrophic failure. If it’s not knocking or burning a ton of oil I would drive it till it breaks. Then attempt to repair your first engine whatever you decide to do I wish you the best of luck! My 2 cents
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    Thought I'd just post group shots of our Sixes!
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    End of an era. Due to front end damage Im now deciding to part out my 1995 Mazda 626 Deluxe Hatch rather than fix the radiator support bar. Someone with the time or skill could restore this easily enough but with a bigger family priorities have changed. Someof the items fitted: Digital Climate Control BC Coilovers Upgraded Mazda 6 Front Brakes Full Leather Interior. V6 Manual. Msg me crobson69 At gmail.com or phone me 0447 714 208
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