1995 Mazda B2300 Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1995 Mazda B2300
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1995 Mazda B2300 ProblemsCheck Engine Light Illuminated, code P0340
The Check Engine Light may come on with a trouble code for the Cam Position Sensor (CMP), P0340. This can be caused by the negative battery cable being too close to the sensor. The cable should be repositioned, clear the trouble code, and verify that the cable is causing the problem.
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. The inertia switch is located on the firewall and can be tripped when the parking brake is set too hard and then released. The inertia switch should be reset, and will click when it is reset.
A dirty, or contaminated mass airflow (MAF) sensor can cause the engine to run poorly. There may be a Check Engine Light with trouble codes relating to the MAF sensor. In some cases, carefully cleaning the sensor element will fix the problem, but replacement may be required.
1995 Mazda B2300 QuestionsCrank but not start, no check engine light. (2 answers)
Smelled anti-freeze in cab, replaced heater core and thermostat. Still no heat. Also since I've owned truck temp gauge has NEVER came above the "C" line. Replaced water pump and another thermostat. Still no heat. Replaced radiator and one last thermostat. Still no heat. Please help....
It's no crank no spark situation I believe it's a 7.5 amp fuse. If somebody could please help me with this I'd appreciate it I will recheck the starter starter is good and I've continuously look for grounded out wires or broken split wires underneath the hood and behind the dash i...
1995 Mazda B2300 RecallsRecall 09V414000
Ford has recalled Firestone Wilderness AT and Radial ATX tires installed on multiple lines of Ford trucks from 1991 to 2000. On some tires, under extreme conditions, the tread could separate, which can cause immediate tire failure. This may lead to a loss of vehicle control, injury, and death. Dealers replaced the affected tires.