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#3633 of 4030 key in the ignition
Apr 09, 2006 (7:37 am)
I have a 2000 Mazda Millenia. 100k miles. I am unable to retrieve my keys out of the ignition unless I remove the battery cables. The car also will just go into gear w/o pushing the brake. I have checked all the fuses in the car & under the hood. I even tried unplugging the seitch to the brake. I am still having issues with removing the key. Can anyone please help.......
#3634 of 4030 Goofy Heater controls
Apr 09, 2006 (1:08 pm)
Great car and few problems, but the heater is something else. It works, but only after overriding all the Automatic controls. Anyone have a similar problem or solution?
#3635 of 4030 Re: Goofy Heater controls [dfolz]
Apr 10, 2006 (12:30 pm)
Mine is an '02P, and I just leave the climate control on automatic at 74 degrees all the time for the most part. It takes care of itself. The only time I turn it off is on a cold morning, until the engine warms up enough to put out warm air.
#3636 of 4030 Re: Update on Gas milage [gemini618]
Apr 15, 2006 (8:22 am)
I have a 1999 Millenia S purchase new and well loved. Until recently I always got 20-28 miles per gallon. I took it to an oil changer quick stop for routine oil change and mentioned a slight hesitation when I stomped on it sometimes. They suggested cleaning the fuel injectors and I should have said no and taken it to my regular guy. Anyway after I let them "clean" the injectors the mileage has gone down drastically and ocasionally I smell Fuel! I have plenty of power, no hesitation, but the occasional gas smell is freeaking me out. This car has only 60K on it and it is my baby. Never had one problem with it until now. The O2 sensors have been checked, all new belts and plugs etc. Has anyone had a problem with gas mileage? Maybe its the fuel pressure regulator? I've avoided the dealer all this time but may have to go to them for diagnostic.
#3637 of 4030 Re: Cleaning Suede Seats [eedle]
Apr 17, 2006 (5:54 am)
I was wondering if you found a solution for getting these suade seats cleaned and back to their original texture. I have emailed Scotchgard who recommended that I not use their product because it may separate the fibers. I have gone to country/western stores who typically sell leather and suade and they have this little cube and brush to clean them. I haven't had a chance to try this yet, partly because it will take forever to clean them. I haven't found a dealer or detail shop that will touch the car because of the suade interior.
If you have found something, I'd be very interested to know. Thanks
#3642 of 4030 Reminder
Apr 30, 2006 (1:57 am)
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