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    1998 Mazda 626 2.0 I4 Manual
  1. It could be a loose or exposed electrical wire somewhere on the engine. If it touches metal, it'll short out and cause the battery to loose charge. I had this on my old Dodge pickup. If it is a shorted wire it could be an easy fix.
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    Here try this link out. It has all the specs for the 626 F series engines and their transmission. Just scroll down to your year/model/engine and it should tell you the model of your MTX. Sounds like you have the G15m-r like my 1998 626 lx.
  3. Hello Everyone, I'm new to the forums and was thinking about swapping my 1998 Mazda 626 2.0 i4 FS-DE to a 2.5 v6 KLZE. I've been doing some extensive research on the subject, but I cant seem to find any literature on the compatibility of the KLZE with the G15m-r manual transmission I currently have in my 626. My question is will everything bolt in together or will I have to buy a new transmission in order to install the KLZE? And if the latter is true, what kind of transmission will I need for everything to run smoothly? Thanks, JDogg
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