1993 Mazda 626 Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1993 Mazda 626
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1993 Mazda 626 ProblemsCrank but No Start Condition and No Fuel Pressure
If the engine cranks but does not start, it may be caused by a tripped inertia switch. Switch the key to "ON" and the fuel pump should be heard running for a second or two. Listen at the gas filler if necessary. If you do not hear the pump the inertia switch should be reset, it will "click" when it is reset.
Misfires under load (acceleration) can be caused by leaky spark plug boots. When a spark plug boot leaks, it allows the spark to arc, or jump, to the cylinder head. If evidence of arcing can be seen on the inside of the spark plug boot, new spark plug wires will be needed.
If the engine cranks but will not start, it may be due a failed distributor. In the diagnosis, it may be discovered that the Electronic Engine Control (EEC) Unit is the cause if ignition spark is restored after disconnecting the Spark Output (SPOUT) Connector.
1993 Mazda 626 QuestionsWhy wont my car start (1 answer)
It will start cold but once i stop the car a few times i have to push on the accelerator to make it go. After about a dozen cranks it catch a that when the petrol fumes and dark gray/black smoke happens. it been in the garage three times and they dont know the problem
Drove car during the day with no problem except I do know the battery was weak as cold starts were labored and wipers were slower than normal. Started car 4-5 hours later and got two minutes up the road and idle was a bit erratic (bouncing 800 - 1000 rpm. Normally sits at 750 when warm. Also noti...
I was told I have a small leak in Water pump.
Engine size: 1.8
1993 Mazda 626 RecallsIgnition Electrical Switch Overheats
The electrical portion of the ignition switch may lack proper grease at the contact points, leading to the points becoming conductive and overheating. Dealers will replace the ignition switch free of charge to resolve the concern.