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Filed Under (Mazda) by admin on 19-09-2009
MAZDA B2200, 2600, MPV showing or doing any of the problems listed below then this repair service will take care of your problem. * The Truck works intermittently * Is completely dead * Is running only on 2 Cylinders * The truck runs rough * The truck runs for a few minutes and then dies * No 5 volt reference. * May start when it is cold outside, and die when it gets warmed up.* *If you are not sure if this service is for you just email me at email@example.com
THIS WILL FIT THE TRUCKS LISTED BELOW * 1989 to 1994 MAZDA 2200 * 1989 to 1994 MAZDA 2600 * 1990 to 1994 MAZDA MPV
Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 16-03-2011
Service Requirements: Vehicle must meet ALL of the following criteria. 1 – Procedure is valid only for vehicles that show the OE code in the OTIS View Campaign inquiry screen on the day of repair (see Page 11). 2 – Vehicle must be within the Limited New Vehicle Warranty. 3 – Procedure must be performed within the allotted time frame stated in this Technical Bulletin. Procedure: – Raise hood, inspect for white dot located on accessory drive belt tensioner. – If white dot is present, close out the Required Vehicle Update in O.T.I.S. Input appropriate code ( see page 11). – If white dot is not present, follow instructions to perform update programming (Flashing) of transmission control module. Note: When performing the reflash procedure, ALL DTCs for all systems are erased. DTCs linked to Guided Fault Finding function tests will be lost. Therefore, always address stored DTCs for Customer concerns unrelated to the reflash procedure first. The following “Update – Programming” (flashing) process may overwrite any “TUNED” ECM or TCM programming.A “TUNED” ECM or TCM is described as any ECM or TCM altered so as to perform outside the normal parameters and specifications approved by Volkswagen of America, Inc. If you encounter a vehicle with a “Tuned” ECM or TCM, prior to performing the “Upda- te – Programming” (flashing) procedure: D Your Dealership should place the vehicle owner on notice in writing, that their ECM or TCM was found to have been tuned, and that any damage caused by the tuning of the ECM or TCM (including any adverse emissions consequences) will not be covered by Volkswagen of America, Inc. warranties.
Filed Under (Mazda) by admin on 21-06-2010
Cooling fan motors operate when Powertrain Control Module (PCM) determines fan operation depending on crankshaft position, Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor, vehicle speed, Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor, A/C switch and refrigerant pressure switch inputs. Cooling fans receive power through the cooling fan relay. Condenser fan operates only when A/C compressor clutch engages except 2004 models with turbocharger which uses dual fans for engine cooling with or without A/C operation. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . COMPONENT LOCATION For component locations, refer to illustrations. See Fig. 1 -Fig. 3 .
Filed Under (Mazda) by admin on 12-11-2010
NOTE: 1. Mazda vehicles are manufactured with tamper-proof speedometers and the mileage can not be altered or adjusted. 2. When a speedometer is replaced, the new speedometer will read zero (0). 3. This procedure is extremely important to accurately represent actual vehicle mileage. 4. The “Speedometer Replacement Label” referenced below is available through the Mazda Program Center for a limited time. Mazda Motor of America, Inc. is providing 1 sheet of 20 labels with this bulletin (see Illustration). REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE 1. Remove and replace the speedometer according to the workshop manual. 2. Complete the following information on the “Speedometer Replacement Label.” ^ Mileage before speedometer replacement ^ Date of replacement ^ Dealer code. 3. Attach the label to the driver’s side “B” pillar. 4. Complete the “Speedometer Replacement Record” in the Warranty Information Booklet as referenced.
Filed Under (Mazda) by admin on 10-10-2010
1994-1997 Ford Probe, Mazda MX3 with 4 cyl. & A/T 1994-2000 Mazda 626 with 4 cyl. & A/T 1998-2000 Mazda 626 with 6 cyl. & A/T 1995-2000 Ford Contour/Mercury Mystique with 6 cyl. & A/T 1999-2001 Mercury Cougar with A/T SUBJECT Vehicles with the Ford CD4E automatic transmission. CONDITION The driver’s side front CV axle has a 6-½ inch male inboard stub that fits into the transmission’s side gear. On the stub next to the housing seal surface is a carrier support surface that fits into the final drive sun gear inside the transmission (see figure 1). This sprocket assembly is chain driven with the reverse/overdrive sprocket by the planetary gear sets (see figure 2). The final drive sprocket assembly rides on the axle stub carrier support surface using a pressed, center bored bushing. This bushing wears the carrier support surface causing damage to the axle and eventually the transmission. SOLUTION If the carrier support surface of the axle being replaced appears rough and worn, then several possible failures need to be checked before replacing the axle or premature failure of the axle or possible damage to the transmission could occur. If the transmission’s internal oiling solenoid that lubricates this bushing fails, then the 2nd and 3rd gearshifts will not function. Although the Aftermarket lists this bushing, no tool exists to replace it. Ford only offer the bushing in a complete sprocket assembly making its replacement a very costly repair. The most common contributor to premature wear of this bushing is the vehicle not being within proper alignment specs. Without a four-wheel alignment, even though the front wheels may be centered to the rack, the rear thrust is pushing the front wheels causing stress on the front CV joints. The thrust forces acting on the front wheels while driving changes ALL the alignment specs resulting in the front wheels being in a constant turning action. This will wear the side gears and transmission seals as well as stressing this bushing. Another possible sign that alignment is affecting these items is a worn or torn inboard boot. Do not forget that worn motor mounts will also affect alignment thrust forces.