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My 323 is a 1989 se non-turbo. your date selection didn't go that old !
1990 Mazda 323

My 323 is a 1989 SE non-turbo. your date selection didn't go that old !

(1990 Mazda 323)
After a distributor replacement that barely got me home, I ordered another, but checked to make sure all the connections were correct, and they are. The car starts, idles good for 10 seconds, and then sputters and dies. It must be getting spark and gas. My mechanic says to try the next distributor. Someone on this sight was told to check for a corroded ground connection on the drivers side of the cylinder head. Where and what is that exactly? Thanks,Tim Coulter
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on October 27, 2014
make sure the rotor dont have wear, then check the module, or correct plug wire placement
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on October 27, 2014
make sure the rotor dont have wear, then check the module, or correct plug wire placement
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