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. I think it's cheaper and easyer to replace it, with a used one. Tricky bit is, you don't know what you get..
  2. I guess your best change is in mountain regions or places with a lot of snow during wintertime.
  3. I know there is someone in hungaria, who's doing this conversion on a mazda mx6 (ge)
  4. Sorry i don't know. i live in europe. Saw one some time ago in Switzerland, but i guess european cars are not really an option for you...
  5. Looking at your tumbnail picture, you have a GE model. So if you can find a 4wd in de us its quitte simple.
  6. They came from the factory with AWD. At least here in europe you could order them with AWD. And a GF drivetrain is almost the same as a GE.
  7. Possibly a bad tempeture sensor.
  8. And if i where you (iám a electrician), i would build everything back to original, with a known good working distributor. And start measuring the entire circuit, with the help of a good scheme. Know your only guessing and it won't bring you any further.
  9. Are you absolute sure you don't have a spark at the plugs? Meaning, that your not assuming it has no spark, because the engine won't fire up. Maybe it's not your ignition at all, but something else. Like the timing belt jumped a few teeth.
  10. Are you absolute sure you don't have a spark at the plugs? Meaning, that your not assuming it has no spark, because it won't fire. Maybe it's not your ignition at all, but something else.
  11. You can reuse the old one, but normaly they come with a new one.
  12. Same here, very annoying. Do a lot of editing, because English is not my native language.
  13. If your lucky, it depends on your chassinumber, you can let it be fixed under waranty, because of a recent recall. My ingnition switch is replaced a couple of months ago.
  14. Because, i could not read codes from the abs computer. I suspect, that a broken wire (wich came from the abs computer) under the dashbord was the cause of that. Because of that broken wire the abs light stayed on. To rule out a bad sensor i had to measure them. That's why.