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    1988 626 GT ----- 1995 MX-6 LS

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  1. Is this the FS (inline 4) or KL (V6)? If you haven't yet, grab a factory service manual at http://www.pmx626.info. If will go over the testing procedures. It seems like you are doing the correct procedures. Jumping the wire from pin 30 to pin 87 (bypassing the relay essentially) should activate the fuel pump. The fuse would be under the hood and is labeled as "EGI ING" (30 amps).
  2. Did you have any pictures? Might help with the sale.
  3. The 2002 is a pretty solid car. The 98-02 V6 is a KLG4 and has solid lifters. I think those have to be shimmed in order to be fixed unlike hydraulic lifters which are mostly maintenance free. It is odd because I never had that issue with my 99 for the 100k miles I drove it. I would suggest getting some fresh oil in there with an oil change. The KL oil filters are tiny, but luckily there are other filters with the same threads and diameter which will work. You should be able to find that information on this forum. If you don't have a factory service manual, check out http://www.pmx626.info
  4. It has been a long time since I have updated this. I had not touched the car in a long while until last month. I started troubleshooting by checking for vacuum leaks (none found), fuel pressure (all checked out), testing the VAF (within specs), etc. I narrowed it back down to ignition and was looking at how I wired up my external coil because I definitely did not remember what I did. I have a Pertronix Flamethrower HV which seems fine. I pressed the ignition cables on the distributor and one clicked. So yeah, that was it. A loose ignition wire on the distributor cap. I'm happy it is mostl
  5. If using the ECU from the 626 is not possible, the next solution I can think of would be a standalone such as a Megasquirt. Any reason you want to swap the KL as opposed to a V6 from a Camry, outside of you simply having one lying around? The KL is a good engine and decent power for the size, but there is limited aftermarket support and not much additional power to be had. The V6 from let's say a 1995 Camry is already more powerful. People started throwing the Camry V6s into the MRS, so I feel it has a lot of support. On top of that, did you check the transmission positioning and the
  6. Motor mount broke car died now it will go in gear but only pull a few feet then it's like somebody puts on the brakesĀ 

  7. Yeah, we should have the pictures somewhere. It is supposed to download the external content and change the link. Who knows if it is functional. Glad to see you are doing well. Any link to your album? I found one song on your youtube channel from about 4 months ago.
  8. This is why I like endurance racing. The times on that screenshot have the 626 as the slowest time and speed. It shows that doesn't matter too much as long as you stay out on track longer. What is ChampCar? Rebranding or something new?
  9. I don't see a RX happening for a long while. Mazda is moving forward at a great pace with the SkyActiv engines and will start diving into hybrids and electrics.
  10. I'm glad to hear it. His Facebook profile lists Houston and I couldn't remember where the new house was.
  11. Leev, pretty much anything that doesn't seem available anymore I would consider. For example, the stuff below that I'm about to go over, I would love one that isn't broken/repaired. It took me all day, but I mostly repaired the turn signal. I removed the steering wheel and found a random spring and this piece broken. I looked around and figured it out. Attached is a picture of how it is on my Miata (I was hoping I could use the part from it) The spring sits on the white piece and puts pressure on the metal ball. That ball goes into the grooves (left signal, neutral,
  12. Probably 30 minutes to an hour for ATF. I haven't done it, but the internet says so. MMO was a better solution, so that is what I went with. Let it heat up and cycle the fan a few times. The lifters quieted down. I ended up driving it to fill it up. I'll need to service the brakes in some manner. New TODO items Speedometer doesn't work, so I assume the speedometer cable The turn signal kept engaging as I turned the wheel to the point the mechanism broke and now the left turn signal will be on since that is the new resting position.
  13. I heard the diesel story back in 2014. It will be a waste of time now, in my opinion. I haven't heard of the AWD Mazda 6 (Mazdapseed 6?) and also sort of doubt it, just like the AWD Mazdaspeed 3. I feel Mazda wants to do cool stuff like that, but my guess is the market simply isn't there, or they don't believe it is. My 3 does not have the I-Eloop system. Seems like a cool idea. I know if you replace the battery, it all has to be reprogrammed in order to work. What a pain. I am curious too. I recall hearing something about a gas lithium battery. Like you, I am skeptical, though hopef
  14. Weather was looking good, so I decided to try it out. I unfortunately had locked my key in the car before, however I knew the driver's side rear window was hanging on by a thread. A bit of downward pressure and it went down. Excellent, I'm in. I took the door panel off, removed the window regulator, and installed the new one. Works perfectly. While there I decided "Why not start it?" So I did. A lifter is stuck which I expected. I will add some ATF or Marvel's Mystery Oil and see how it helps with the plan of doing an oil change. Otherwise, I may have to check the HLAs and see if any are
  15. Welcome to the forum. That is clean looking for sure.
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