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    2001, 626, v6, auto; 1989, 240sx, RB, manual; 2010, Terrain, L4, auto; 2015, Dart, L4, auto; 2004, Grand Cheerokee Laredo L6 auto; 1994, Toyota, Camry, L4, auto
  1. I need to pass inspection the tag on windshield is from 2014
  2. Needing help testing the fuel rail harnesses to see if I'm getting power to both rails. I'm fouling out all spark plugs within a very short mileage 10-15 miles. DTC's P0174 - Lean bank 2 P1132 - Lack of heated O2 sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1) switch, indicates rich. 1. What are the correct ohms and pinout of the plugs for the rail. 2. How to test It seems and sounds like a missfire (no load) based off of the exhaust. Excellent spark from coil to wire and to the plug on all 6 cylinders. Is there a way I can test the injectors to see if its even getting signal from the harness to the injector? Replaced intake manifold gasket just incase of a vacuum leak. I really do appreciate any help, suggestions, or ideas. thank you in advance.
  3. Pin Code For Transponder Key

    Yes I have done this many times Immobilizer Code = eight digit code Eight-digit Immobilizer Unit word code Instructions 1. Place the new car key in the ignition bezel, turn it forward to the "On" position, then turn it back to "Lock." Go back and forth between the "On" and "Lock" positions four more times (for a total of five), with no longer than one second between changes. 2. Turn the key back to the "On" position, then turn it to the "Lock" position within 20 seconds, after the security dashboard lights start to blink. When turned back to the "Lock" position, the rate of blinking will slowly reduce. 3. Turn the key back to the "On" position, then wait for the security lights to blink the value of the first digit of the Immobilizer Unit word code. When the value of the first digit is reached, turn the key back to the "Lock" position. 4. Repeat Step 3 until you have completed it for all eight digits of the code. Do not turn the key to the "On" or "Off" position while the security light is illuminated. When the security light comes on and stays on, that means that the pass code has been taken successfully. 5. Start your car to turn off the security light and exit the programming. Your car should return to its normal state within half a minute or so. 6. Repeat steps 1 through 6 for up to eight separate keys. Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_7389617_program-mazda-626-new-keys.html A link below shows the process on how to input the immobilizer code by key cycling. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMWD4h6KASs
  4. 2000 626 Won't Start . . . Immobilizer?

    This is what mine looks like. you need the you need the S/N 8 didgit numbers
  5. 2000 626 Won't Start . . . Immobilizer?

    http://www.new-part.com/sites/default/files/pictures/LC62675G2B.jpg
  6. 2000 626 Won't Start . . . Immobilizer?

    For those in need of the how to info for the immobilizer code. First take the driver side (kick) panel that your knees would hit (under the steering wheel). You will now have access to the immobilizer unit. It will be mounted on a bracket with two screws. Take the screws out and unplug the immobilizer unit. Now take it to a mazda dealership. When at the dealer, if you need a key get it, but you will need your vin# to get an exact cut! The parts department will have the keys and they will cut them. Now for the immobilizer code... Ask to speak with a technician. (Have like $20 in hand with the immobilizer unit.) ask him if he would be able to get the Immobilizer Code for you. He will be able to get it from Dealerships version of Mazdausa.com Immobilizer Code = XXXXXXXX
  7. Rim And Tires

    wondering if the offset is the same or will there be any clearance issues with caliper or strut 5 spoke wheel off of a millineum(below) will fit a 99-02 626?
  8. ??wheels And Tires??

    just wondering if therre was a tab solely on wheels and tires? just a suggestion for the home page.
  9. <p>Mazda 626</p>

    Mazda 626
  10. Vehicle: Mazda 626 (2001)

    Name: Mazda 626 (2001) Date Added: 06 March 2016 - 09:32 PM Owner: speedracer240sxguy Short Description: None Provided View Vehicle
  11. I was curious if people needed this info? I have the part numbers to all motor mounts and transmission mounts for the 626 v6. You can get them through any parts store! plus a lifetime warranty. My car is a 2001 626es 2.5L AUTOMATIC The brand of mounts are "Anchor." I do know that your major parts place usually stock this brand and it comes with a lifetime warranty. Just let me know if this would be of use and i will edit this with Part numbers and a possible diagram. thanks
  12. I was curious if people needed this info? I have the part numbers to all transmission mounts and engine mounts for the 626 v6. You can get them through any parts store! plus a lifetime warranty. My car is a 2001 626es 2.5L AUTOMATIC The brand of mounts are "Anchor." I do know that your major parts place usually stock this brand and it comes with a lifetime warranty. Just let me know if this would be of use and i will edit this with Part numbers and a possible diagram. thanks
  13. Help-Light Bulbs For The Hvac Temperature Control Unit

    The bulb in the link is the correct one in the link. Bulb # 2162 is now obsolete and I now have to buy them from the dealer. I have tried Wagner, Eiko, Sylvania and a few other but they all say its obsolete.
  14. Help-Light Bulbs For The Hvac Temperature Control Unit

    Unfortunately its not the regular wedge base bulb. Unfortunately its not the regular wedge base bulb. I think I found it but will check tomorrow... here is a link http://eiko.com/Products.aspx?ProductIndex=2162