Mazda 929 Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Mazda 929

A knocking sound heard from the front or rear suspension while driving over rough roads may be caused by the sway bar linkages. The linkages should be inspected for tightness and condition; there are redesigned linkages if replacement is necessary.

Original Equipment or high quality aftermarket ignition parts are recommended on this model. A lower quality distributor cap and rotor may be problematic when installed.

If a rumbling noise is heard from the engine, along with a possible loss in power, it may be caused by a collapsed hydraulic timing belt tensioner creating excessive cam backlash. Our technicians recommend replacing the timing belt and water pump at the same time, if they have not been recently replaced.

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when 1st start can rev freely until it comes back under 2000 then wont go above it, like its in limp mode.or starving for gas. have replaced plugs, distributer cap, throttle position sensor, water temp sensor.

car will start and run but will not shift out of park to drive, push release on side of shifter stays in one gear.also gauges on dash will not register

I have replaced the battery and the starter an still nothing. I was told it might be a fuse bt I can't find it anywhere in any auto part store.

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THE FRONT SAFETY BELT BUCKLE RELEASE BUTTONS CAN BREAK. THESE RED PLASTIC RELEASE BUTTONS ARE MARKED "PRESS." IF A BUTTON BREAKS, PIECES CAN FALL INTO THE BUCKLE ASSEMBLY CAUSING THE BUCKLE TO OPERATE IMPROPERLY.

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