FIS

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    1995 Mazda 626 2.5l V6 GT MTX

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  1. There is tons of manuals over at www.PMX626.info, not quite sure how much Probe manuals/diagrams there is but the MX-6/626 is pretty identical on the wiring.
  2. Hello and welcome to the 626 community! Since you're refering to KM's and LX trim level I'm asuming you're either Canadian or an European. I'm going to guess Canadian due to the fact that you've said you got the mid-trim model, as there is only 2 different trim levels in Europe (AFAIK) And the LX would in that case be the mid-trim (Or so I believe) There is not alot of thing to upgrade performance vise, but our 626 guru DjDevon3 has ALOT of useful videos and how-to's when it comes to maintenance and repairs, you should check out his youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/DJDevon3 As for exterior/interior upgrades there is a few aftermarked things to do. But it all depends on what you are looking for. Something easy to start with is for example LED bulbs all around. Hope you'll enjoy your stay!
  3. Yes they are amazing, and they are a supporting vendor of this site. Check out their own section here: https://mazda626.net/forum/93-rockauto/ They like to put out some discount codes there :D
  4. While you're doing all this work, you should consider doing a "MAF" swap. Here is a nice guide: http://www.performanceprobe.com/forum/showthread.php?t=40512
  5. http://www.xtremethings.com/KLDE-ZE/PDF-Refs/96_PGT_Wiring-(ECU).pdf http://www.xtremethings.com/KLDE-ZE/PDF-Refs/97_PGT_Wiring-(ECU).pdf Last pages has a pinout for the ECU.
  6. Hello and welcome, a good place to source parts would be from Rockauto.com, they got tons of parts and is a super site to use. Good luck and hope you'll enjoy your stay here.
  7. Get a shop to refill the AC system.
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  9. Yeah that should work just fine, just keep in mind to disconnect the old wire for the turbine sensor. And I have no idea of how this would affect the car or performance on an automatic, this is how you can do it to mimic the signal from the crank sensor so the code goes away if you've done a ATX to MTX swap, or if you simply are running a ATX ECU in a MTX.
  10. p0715 Input Turbine------Pin 2P --> splice to Pin 4AH (NE+) Tricking the ECU with the crank sensor which mimicks the input turbine p0715 Input Turbine------Pin 2T --> splice to Pin 4AL (NE-)
  11. 95-97 626, MX-6 or Probe.
  12. Don't you just love it when a package changes a shitty day into a nice one? :D http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/aa175/Fred-Inge/Mazda/Mazda 626 v6/2017-04-07 15.10.04_zps4qqxfmmc.jpg http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/aa175/Fred-Inge/Mazda/Mazda 626 v6/2017-04-07 15.10.46_zps2piwpjme.jpg http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/aa175/Fred-Inge/Mazda/Mazda 626 v6/2017-04-07 15.11.02_zpsfhtlmlmv.jpg http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/aa175/Fred-Inge/Mazda/Mazda 626 v6/2017-04-07 15.12.26_zpsb11fr9pn.jpg Condition is bad, but it's still ok as these are RARE! "Getting photos to work on the forums sux so bad, admin plz fix."
  13. Ahh, in order to clean this loosen the hose clamp on the back side of it and take it out of the filter housing, you'll see the inside of it as it's not possible to take it apart. The MAF you're thinking of is most likely of an ATX where it's possible to loosen some screws and take the sensor out of the housing. Pretty sure it's not possible on this type.