marcel21674

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About marcel21674

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  • Birthday 06/21/1974

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    1994, 626, 1.8L, manual

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  1. Where does it leak from the reservoir tank? From under the cap or a crack in the reservoir itself?
  2. Could be some some trapped air in your cooling system to.
  3. that's correct
  4. After a second look, you have the right timing in the first picture..
  5. The rear cam is on the wrong tining mark. These should allign with the two small dots on the sprocket. The actual timing mark is a bitch to see with the engine in the car. This is the right line up.:
  6. Parts telling you they are ok, can still be defective. A sensor that's of his factory settings, will not necessarily pull a fault code on your ECU, but it can cause a lot of problems. Especcialy mafs are known to be bad but not pulling a fault on your ECU.
  7. PRC-solenoid is interchangeble with the VRIS-solenoids
  8. prc-solenoid should look like this.
  9. These are the EGR control solenoids. This is a VRIS-solenoid
  10. if they are interchangeble, they have the same layout of vacume connections and more important, the same electrical connector. VRIS solenoids are not interchangeble with the EGR solenoids.
  11. I put the suspension of a mazda mx6, under my 626. Lowers it a good 3 a 4 cm's.
  12. Did you change everything? belt and pully's or just the timing belt? And even more inportant, did you replace the tensioner spring?
  13. I think it's cheaper and easyer to replace it, with a used one. Tricky bit is, you don't know what you get..
  14. I guess your best change is in mountain regions or places with a lot of snow during wintertime.