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  1. Ok, basics first. I'm not new to Mazda's, as I have owned two 85 626 2.0 carbed automatics, a 91 626 2.2 DX 5-speed, 92 Prot
  2. I started having rough idle problems. Such as when I would push the clutch in at a stop light.Its a 1999 Mazda 626 with the 2.0 and manual tranny. I have taken apart the plunger part of the IACV and cleaned it, took apart the EGR and cleaned it, Cleaned the MAF. The problem has gotten better but not great. I replaced the Plugs, Fuel Filter and PCV. Then Car would not idle at all and needed the throttle to even run. So I put back in the old plugs, Fuel filter, and PCV.Car ran ok again. So this time just new plugs.-Car wouldnt run. then JUST PCV- Car wouldnt Run, THen Just the Fuel Filter, Car w
  3. My car has recently been disassembled and put back together again, and everything was working just fine until I went out for a bite to eat! I started it up in the parking lot and it idled down to about....200-300 rpm. I was worried the engine was going to kill, so I put a little gas on it to get the rpms up. It didn't end up killing, but whenever I took my foot off of the gas pedal, the rpms would plummet down to 200-300 and shake the whole car! Has anyone had a similiar problem? I was thinking it's a problem with the idle air control valve..Either that or it could be a result of my having tak
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