1984-Mazda-626

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About 1984-Mazda-626

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  • Birthday 12/31/1985

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    1984 Mazda 626 2.0l FE Manual

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    MrFloppySwivel
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    c_greenham@hotmail.com
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    Western Australia
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    Cars, Music
  1. I play bass guitar have been playing for 8yrs own shortscale bass - sx 4 string - and ESP B55 5 string.
  2. timing out by the belt of by the distributor ? each would mean removing the unit and installing back in the correct position
  3. Interesting choice to keep tje stock motor ie fe SOHC you should be able to source a FE DOHC from there as they where released in your part of the world Turbo of a RB26DETT depending on model r32 gtr - t25 - r33 t25 - r34 n1 - t28
  4. Also as to why i removed the strut/whole LHF suspension it may seem like un necessary work etc but beleive me after doing 5+ of these it makes it all that much easier trust me you do the extra work and the job is that much easier.
  5. Nice gc ! plastic bumpers ftw ! my old gc had crappy steel bumpers.
  6. pm replied throttle body boot is the rubber boot straight off the throttle body that leads to the air flow meter.
  7. you take the camber bolts or adjustable camber tops to suspension place. get them to install it and do a wheel alignment.
  8. wheel nuts tight ? checked your sway bar bushes lately ?
  9. valve cover gasket - no did you check the throttle body boot like i said to ?
  10. Remove the throttle body boot and check for cracks.
  11. I am no criticizing i am just stating the facts. better then saying "try this" "try that" when you yourself have no idea whats causing the problem just sends the person on the other end on a wild goose chase trying to fix the problem
  12. gc has been sold a while ago now now i ride around in a 1991 mazda mx6 turbo www.cardomain.com/id/gotf2tingd pretty crappy but ahwell
  13. Ok, well check the throttle body boot and the resistance of coil for good measure. specs should be in owners hand book.
  14. I doubt things like spark plugs ignition leads would cause this sort of problem Neither would coil reason being coil - either works or it doesnt. if it was to heat up it would die at any given speed not just at the one that the user said it does leads - plugs - they either work or they dont leads/plugs are not effected by heat etc I dont know what your problem is so i wont crap on and lead you in the wrong path. at a guess and mearly only a guess it could be something due to your fuel system