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    1995 Mazda 626 2.5l V6 GT MTX

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  2. 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.
  3. 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-)
  4. 95-97 626, MX-6 or Probe.
  5. Don't you just love it when a package changes a shitty day into a nice one? :D 626 v6/2017-04-07 15.10.04_zps4qqxfmmc.jpg 626 v6/2017-04-07 15.10.46_zps2piwpjme.jpg 626 v6/2017-04-07 15.11.02_zpsfhtlmlmv.jpg 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."
  6. 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.
  7. Pretty sure that's a normal MAF for the 2.0, are you sure it's a different one?
  8. Strange, my ebay headers was in the same spot as the OEM downpipe, might have been unlucky there and it's shorter. Get a longer cat is my tip
  9. Did you replace the solenoid or the regulator? Timing belt marks
  10. I don't know the 87 model, but I would ohm out every damn fuse I could find with a multimeter to be sure it's good, sometimes you can hardly see that it's melted.
  11. I remember seeing this photo on facebook, do you have some more detailed pictures of the lip?
  12. Try some of the facebook pages, sadly no one ever uses the forums anymore "/
  13. Is it still throwing the fuel pressure regulator code? Keep in mind the fuel pressure regulator is vacuum based and it's a solenoid that open/closes it.