My New '95 Mazda 626 Problems




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James Brayon: wheres the temperature sensor at. or you talking about the theromstat? same things happening to mine in the video but it isnt the maf i got 7 in the trunk

xxfroobxx: I had the same problem, changed the temperature sensor and everything works fine now

Miguel Salley: Looks like u need a new MAF sensor

princessconsuellaban: @DJDevon3 yeah mass air flow sensor, i just didnt abbreviate it ;)

mr mcgridle: i used to have a 96 mazda 626 great car until the head went ...that damm check engine light would always be on though it annoyed the hell out of me lol

Jurij2811: Покупать следует лишь такие запчасти, которые полностью идентичны установленным на автомобиле.

Nilezy: Its not a MAP sensor, they are work in totally different ways!!

Nilezy: Your Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor is faulty. When you unplug it, the computer enters a default mode, running the engine to get you to a repair centre. That's why the engine revs freely and your engine light is on when it's unplugged.. Clean or replace the MAF.

martinc16: I kind of have the same problem. My engine light comes on only if i go up hills or try to accelerate fast. Is this soemthing to do with the air flow sensor, or fuel filter, or both? The light only stays on temporarily, and then disappears. Please advise?

popupJunky: Its your mass air flow sensor, or map sensor. it detects air going into engine and tells computer how mush fuel to use. It is dirty! if you have k&n filter get rid of it never use it again.

Song n Dance: can someone help me? i cannot shift my car out of park. it is a 98 mazda 626. please!

invertedjokerr: dude i had that same problem its the mass airflow sensor

torquemaster3000: you have some weird problem there, your car should stall out as soon as that is unplugged. but try changing that sensor its the MAF or (mass air flow) sensor. otherwise it could be the TPS or just simple fuel or ignition

ADOLFO HDEZ: THIS IS BULLcrap I OWN A 1995 626 V6 AND I BEEN DRIVING THIS CAR FOR 12 YEARS NOW AN NEVER HAD ANY PROBLEM UNTIL NOW THAT I NEED TO GET A Mass flow sensor BUT crap WE'RE TALKING 12 YEARS THAT I BEEN DRIVING THIS CAR SO STOP CRYING freakERS MAZDA IS GREAT CAR THE SECRET IS TO KNOW HOW TAKECARE YOU'RE CAR CARS DON'T LAST ADDING GAS AN OIL SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO CHANGE PLUGS CAP AND ROTOR WIRES crap A FEW THINGS THE BEST FOR ME IS SINCE I BOUGHT THIS CAR I BEEN USING MOBIL SYNTETIC OIL IS THE BEST

Renell Williams: I have the same bloody problem with the car

XXLPHANTOM: u need new AIR SCALE or intake sensor

Renell Williams: I own that car its nothing but headaches mazdas are crap

conjon11: i tried removing the mas from my 95 mx6 v6 because i've been having a similar problem (see my video) but, when i unplug the sensor, the engine just stalls.. weird

melvin77055: my car did the same thing all i did was replaced O2 sensor and top off my raidator. all is good now :)

tae karkung: Mazda engine uses Mass Air Flow Sensor instead of Manifold Absolute Pressure. As far as I know, expensive cars like BMW n Mercedes only have MAP that uses pressure to calculate air density instead of heat temperature. Hot Air Sensor is Mass Airflow Sensor. Mazda Mass Airflow Sensor lifetime is minimum 10yrs. More than that, it'll die anytime. Better get new parts. Just order from Mazda Part Center will get straight from Japan

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