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  1. I've been searching online and I can't find a flasher for my 98 that supports LED's. I know I can use the stock and run resistors but I don't like to do that as the resistors get very hot and that negates any advantages of the LED's like lower power consumption and less heat. I'd like some switch back front turn signals that go fro solid lit to on/off and some rear LED turn signals to match the rear LED brake/tail bulbs. Evidently we use some weird flasher type, all I can find are OEM replacements. Is ours a thermal flasher inside or is it electronic inside? If it's electronic inside I may be able to modify it to remove the bulb out warning and stop the fast flashing with LED.
  2. I replaced timing belt, pulleys, tensioner spring, water pump and timing cover on my 1999 FS. Had great dificulty fitting the new cover like it was either warped or the grommet holes were off. After my first attempt the water pump pully was scraping on the outside of the cover. I adjusted the cover making sure I fully tightened the center bolt behind the motor mount. Now I hear clicking like something inside is hitting the cover. Has anyone had similar trouble with a Dorman replacement cover or maybe have tips to making them fit properly? I guess it's possible the spring came off but I was pretty sure it's on correcty. My finger tips and nuckles are dreading taking the cover off for the fourth time.
  3. I have been to 2 Pick-a-part junkyards and have not been able to find a V6 with the KL-G4 cams. I live in Central Indiana so my choices are limited. Does anyone know where I can get a rear cylinder head online for my '99 626 with a V6? Or does anyone have one that they are willing to sell? Thanks!
  4. 99 ATX We had some stalling issues while the motor is warm and read a couple threads yesterday that suggested adding an additional battery ground. I did this last night and it improved the situation. The car still idles very low, and tends to stall in reverse, but is still improved. Also, I've posted that my gauge cluster is out despite fuses being okay. So we decided it was running well enough to go around the block and what was discovered is that it won't shift to second, unless I manually dropped it down. Since we the motor/trans is new to the car I am thinking that it is likely something that we didn't reconnect properly. Or even wondering if it is the ECU. Ours is from a 99 and the motor/trans I believe may be an 00, not sure if anything changed between these years. Car revs fine, new fluid, filled properly. I feel like/hoping the problem is not with the transmission itself and feel like I'm missing something else with it. Read some threads and here is where I'm thinking I should start May be the transaxle range switch with a bad/loose connection. "If it's not the ATF or solenoids it's going to be worn friction material at least in terms of internal issues. I would look into testing the MAF/VAF, TPS, and O2 first as they are what primarily control the shift points in the automatics (DJDevon3)." Any other ideas????
  5. Does anyone know if the color code NX which is called laser red for the 2000 mazda 626 is the same color as the Toreador Red color code 20C that is on the 1999 Mazda 626 ? Looks like in 2000 Mazda went for Laser red, and dropped Toreador red. They look awefully close, but I cant compare them side by side. I found some doors on a laser red 2000 Mazda 626 I may want to salvage and put on my Toreador red Mazda 626. Anyone know if it is the same red? If it isnt the same color, is it similar enough that I wouldn't notice it if I put laser red doors on my toreador red car ?
  6. I have a 1999 Mazda 626 and saw those cool new switchblade keys that they are making. I noticed that the key is able to switch, so I could go ahead and make a copy of mine but just the blade and switch it out with one. But would the buttons on the remote for the switchblade key work with my car? Please help.
  7. Hello, just picked up a 1999 626 v-6, es trim. Test drive and everything went perfectly. Everything checked out and looked/sounded great. As luck would have it, as soon as I get the car back home, a CEL lights up. Plugging in the code reader gave me "p1033 O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 1)". Is this a malfunction in the primary O2 (the one coming out of the manifold) or the secondary (precat). I am assuming by "bank 1 sensor 1" it is the primary, but I just want to double check. Also, any quirks with the 626 off hand that I should know? Thanks in advance.
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