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Mazda Millenia, Sedan
#3560 of 4030 Re: Hold Light/Knock Sensor [wadie]
Dec 29, 2005 (6:07 am)
As I read your post I get the feeling its my Millenia you are referring to. I also have a 2002 Millenia and am experiencing the identical symptoms. I have 86k miles on it. Two weeks ago I brought it to the dealer and he said I needed a tuneup-cap, rotor, and plugs. They wanted over $300. I paid the $69 diag. fee and did the work myself for less than $80. The only reason I brought the car to the dealer is because I have the extended warranty. Well after doing all the work the CEL light is still on and yes my hold button light flashes and my tach dances. Just yesterday I brought the car to a different Mazda dealer who said the codes are referring to something with my EGR system.
Hopefully I'll find out more today and let you know what the outcome is. I can only hope its a covered warranty expense.
Talk to you soon
#3561 of 4030 Re: Hold Light/Knock Sensor [wadie]
Dec 30, 2005 (8:21 pm)
As I stated previously my Millenia was doing the same thing. Today I had the codes read.
PO750 Shift Solenoid A.
PO755 Shift Solenoid B
PO760 Shift Solenoid c
P1743 Manufacturer contol Transmission.
I have a appointment at the Dealership on Tues.
I'll keep you posted.
#3562 of 4030 Re: Hold Light/Knock Sensor [uscxv]
Jan 01, 2006 (8:02 am)
Thanks alot...I'm still waiting on my part to come so I can take it to the mechanic and get it changed...after reading everybody else's posts I feel like Mazda needs to be paying for these repairs instead of us!!
I'm taking it to Autozone and getting it checked out so I too can know exactly what the codes are. I had the list from the Mazda dealer but lost them. At least if I take it to Autozone I dont have to pay for the diagnostics test...that's $89 I can keep in my pocket toward a future repair....
#3563 of 4030 Heated Seats
Jan 07, 2006 (10:43 am)
Has anyone had trouble with their heated seats on the Millenia? I am told that I have a split in my line. This is the 2cd time they have gone on me, and I only have 37K on the car.
#3564 of 4030 What are these holes for??
Jan 09, 2006 (3:33 pm)
I have 2001 Millenia P. To the rear and bottom portion of the rear wheel wells there are 3 vertical holes about 2 inches apart. This is just inside of well and holes are on painted part. What am I missing?? Almost looks like a mudguard should be bolted on there. Do you also have these holes?
#3565 of 4030 Re: Heat climate control [riv47]
Jan 10, 2006 (9:45 am)
I had the same issue with my '99 Millenia, took it to a shop and they opened up my Mazda, and behind the radio controls, theres a switch that seems to control the vents or something that brings in either hot/cold air... apparently the switch was broken looks like a little box, (210$? or so for a new part from a mazda part store, none in stock go figure) Anyway at first he just switched the vent to only give heat and no more cold air, then was bored and decided to take the switch apart. not sure what he did after that but now I have heat and cold air, and I only had to pay labor, I'll ask him if he remembers the name of the part and update when I can.
Hope this helps.
Mazda parts are expensive..
#3566 of 4030 Re: Hold Light/Knock Sensor [wadie]
Jan 10, 2006 (4:45 pm)
Okay finally 6 days and the dealership has finally come to the realization my PCM needs to be replaced.
Fortunately, its under the extended warranty.
Lets hope this works.
#3567 of 4030 Re: Hold Light/Knock Sensor [wadie]
Jan 11, 2006 (8:17 am)
just knowing the actual code #'s is half the battle when it comes to diagnosis. For instance, some code #'s that refer to the O2 sensors do not indicate a faulty O2 sensor itself, but a related problem.
#3568 of 4030 Re: Hold Light/Knock Sensor [camarillobrill]
Jan 11, 2006 (8:38 am)
You are so right cam and that's just why I'm heading to Autozone to get the codes. That way when I do present the problem to the dealership they can't give me the runaround. I was thinking of changing the transmission period but then I was thinking about a friend of mine who had problems with her trans. and had it rebuilt. She had to have it replaced 4 different times...I honestly don't think I wanna go throught the headache
#3569 of 4030 Re: Hold Light/Knock Sensor [uscxv]
Jan 16, 2006 (8:36 am)
sometimes this problem arises after you wash/service the car for underneath, due to water the speed sensor to the transmission contacts get wet.