Mazda Protege Problem Report

Mazda Protege No Start After Distributor Cap and Rotor Replacement

(15 reports)

If the engine will not start after distributor rotor replacement, a common mistake is to install the distributor rotor in the wrong position. The rotor may seat in three positions and one should note the direction before removal.

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