1995 Mazda MPV Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1995 Mazda MPV
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1995 Mazda MPV ProblemsCranks but Won't Start, Was Running OK
If the engine cranks but won't start, the fault may be internal to the distributor. Diagnosis will show no spark and trouble codes for the crankshaft position sensor (CKP) or the camshaft position sensor (CMP). Our technicians recommend replacement of the complete distributor assembly if these conditions occur.
A loud ticking noise (hydraulic valve lifter noise) may be heard from the top of the engine, particularly when the engine is still cold. The noise may occur more frequently on higher mileage vehicles; Hydraulic valve lash adjusters may need to be replaced to correct this issue. Following the maintenance schedule for oil changes will also help prevent a recurrence of the noise.
A leaking coolant pump can leak onto the timing belt and cause it to tear. Our technicians recommend replacing the coolant pump and timing belt every 60,000 miles to help avoid this problem. It is also important to follow the fill procedure for coolant on this engine to avoid problems.
1995 Mazda MPV QuestionsMy timing belt slipped off. Can it be tightened without taking everything apart (1 answer)
Had my timing belt replaced about one month ago. I thought it broke again but it just slipped off the pulleys. I don't know why. Can it just be tightened up?
i replaced starter, I had to disconnect the battery, remove the front driveshaft, the alternator, the power steering pump and the pump bracket. I shifted it to neutral to remove the front drive shaft and put back to park, now i need to reconnect the front drive shaft and i can't get it out of...
The relay box and fuse box for 1995 Mazda MPV has no specific label for cooling fan relay. I can't find it! Thanks.
1995 Mazda MPV 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.