Last post on Apr 03, 2011 at 6:47 AM
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Mazda 323, Electrical, Hatchback
#12 of 15 airflow meter
Dec 31, 2009 (9:25 am)
where can i buy airflow meter for mazda 323f 1998
#13 of 15 no spark 0n 1994 mazda 323
May 06, 2010 (9:10 am)
Just bought this 1994 mazda 323, got 2 days driving out of it and now won't start. Turns over fine, but not starting. So I changed the fuel pump, new coil, new coil wire going to distributor cap, new distributor cap, new rotor. All fuses are fine, both inside the drivers panel and the ones in the engine compartment. And there is power going to the coil - weird huh - but nothing coming out.
Distributor gone? Timing? Ignition? It was starting fine, then we stopped, turned it off, and never started since.
But there is still no spark. Also we only have 6 volts going to the fuel pump, shouldn't it be 12 volts?
I'm totally fed up with the car, so if someone knows anything about these, maybe its a common issue, I really don't know.
Argggggggg!!!! & many thanks
#14 of 15 Re: Mazda 323 Electrical Problem [bill98382]
Oct 14, 2010 (4:13 pm)
maybe try carefully cleaning the battery terminal posts so that they are shiny instead of dull colored. also, if your battery is holding a charge it might still not be able to maintain proper amperage. look at the fluid level and fill the battery with distilled water only to the low point where the flat part of the plastic tube meets the top of the water level (with car on a level surface). don't fill the water to the top. may need to check your electrolyte level in case you need to get proper electrolyte levels into your battery. i read somewhere that it might be best for older cars to use the highest possible amperage battery for the particular car. for my mazda 323 i think the type is 65N or something like that, hopefully it is not overpowered (i havent tried it yet). my car battery kept going out when i left the hatchback open sometimes, so i think there is some sort of power drain on the system when the hatchback is open even though there is no light on as far as i can tell.
Apr 03, 2011 (6:47 am)
I only have 6 volts to the fuel pump,,,,relays are good coil is good,,,,i did see earlier it could possibly be the air flow meter,,,,,is there a way to bypass the air fow meter and if so which wires would have to b shorted to do this