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nhollandsmith

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  1. I have central locking on my 2002 Mazda but when i picked the car up the remote was missing. I have since bought a 3 button and 2 button key fob and tried to follow the programming tips with turning the key three times etc, but there is stil nothing happening with either key. Also sometimes I find the car unlocked despite having locked it with the key, somehow it is unlocking itself. What could be going on and how to know if the dash sensor is actually working? I am baffled any help!!!
  2. Hi Devon When I bought this 626 it only had the two keys and I know my previous 2000 626 had a two button remote but that car did not have an alarm. I bought a three button fob with lock, unlock and alarm. Followed your video for setting up the key but no luck. My mechanic tested against his machine and there is a signal. I can only lock all doors from the drivers side at the moment, and to arm the alarm to lock the boot by turning the key to the right and disarming from the boot before going to unlock the drivers door as the alarm will go off. What is the problem here do you think? I get a flashing key light when the alarm is armed and it goes off after initial start up. I have a 2002 626 GSi.
  3. Brilliant, Thanks Devon for the feedback. Must be a different climate in North America not to need cabin filters?
  4. I have actually noticed the temp gauge needle slightly lower than before not on half way just below.
  5. Thanks very much for this thread. When I ordered my service kit was surprised to see a cabin filter, this is normal on my Land Rover but never thought they were on this car. Anyway it was an easy change and discovered an autumn forest of dead leaves etc when i removed the the cover. The filters hadn't been changed for some time. A difficult place to get to and see what goes where. I have since noticed the temperature inside the car goes too hot suddenly, could the new filter make the system run too efficiently now? I have the digital climate control panel with this 626. I did take some photos and will upload.
  6. Name: Mazda 626 (2002) Date Added: 07 January 2015 - 07:48 PM Owner: nhollandsmith Short Description: None Provided View Vehicle
  7. Name: Mazda 626 (2002) Date Added: 07 January 2015 - 07:48 PM Owner: nhollandsmith Short Description: None Provided View Vehicle
  8. Name: Mazda 6 Sport (2008) Date Added: 07 January 2015 - 07:37 PM Owner: nhollandsmith Short Description: This was an ex-demo and was one of the first to have one of these on the roads. A fantastic car but had issues with the DPF system and spent a lot of time in the garage. A great colour and does not look the same with the new Mazda 6 View Vehicle
  9. Name: Mazda 6 Sport (2008) Date Added: 07 January 2015 - 07:33 PM Owner: nhollandsmith Short Description: I owned this car from 2009 to 2011. Fantastic on the twisty roads great Mazda handling. Changed from the blue 2.0 Diesel due to DPF problems. View Vehicle
  10. Name: Mazda 626 Atlantis (2000) Date Added: 07 January 2015 - 07:22 PM Owner: nhollandsmith Short Description: Owned this car from 2010 to 2011. One owner from new and was an excellent vehicle shame I could not keep it as was living abroad at the time. With a 1.8 engine was remarkably nippy. View Vehicle
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