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1995 Mazda Protege Air Filter Full

P311-05773EF    W0133-1634611  New

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$37.27
Full Air Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Full
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1995 - Mazda Protege S
Interfil
2013 Mazda 6 Air Filter 6 Cyl 3.7L Interfil

P311-2697F85    W0133-1789286  New

Qty:
$15.08
Interfil Air Filter
Brand: Interfil
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2013 - Mazda 6 V 6 Cyl 3.7L 227 3726
Full
2011 Mazda 3 Sport Air Filter Full

P311-0D6BBDA    W0133-1834083  New

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$14.77
Full Air Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Full
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Vehicle
2011 - Mazda 3 Sport
Mahle
2018 Mazda 6 Air Filter Mahle

P311-5A75D96    W0133-1933618  New

Qty:
$18.78
Mahle Air Filter
Brand: Mahle
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Vehicle Aspiration
2018 - Mazda 6 Naturally Aspirated
Denso
2011 Mazda 3 Sport Air Filter Denso

P311-28BD1D5    W0133-1834083  New

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$38.85
Denso Air Filter
  • First Time Fit
Brand: Denso
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Vehicle
2011 - Mazda 3 Sport
Full
2005 Mazda Miata Air Filter Full

P311-457E622    W0133-1628380  New

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$41.06
Full Air Filter
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Brand: Full
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2005 - Mazda Miata
Premium Guard
2008 Mazda Tribute Air Filter 4 Cyl 2.3L Premium Guard - Air Filter

P311-19F366F    PA5323  New

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Premium Guard Air Filter
  • Air Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Height:
      • 2.22 In
      • 56.5 Mm
    • Shape: Panel
    • Side A Length:
      • 253 Mm
      • 9.96 In
    • Side B Length:
      • 180 Mm
      • 7.09 In
Brand: Premium Guard
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2008 - Mazda Tribute GAS L 4 Cyl 2.3L 140 -
Premium Guard
2008 Mazda Tribute Air Filter 6 Cyl 3.0L Premium Guard - Air Filter

P311-19F366F    PA5323  New

2793 , ALA-8427 , A2039C , AF1683 , 5000-200154 , PPA5323 , MA 1016 , 369 , YF1U-9601-AB , 22793 , 62385 , TA-161 , VA141 , A2041CF , BA7793 , 33-2187 , BA5323 , MGA8997 , PZA-244 , AE8997 , 33-2150 , GA35323 , AF9055 , 22385 , A1696 , CA8997 , AF1696 , SHA161 , 62793 , FA-1683 , AF1083F , 2385 , YF1Z-9601-AA , SA35323 , MGA42793 , GA-224 , F-89A97 , PA5323 , EAA202 , TA8997 , VA149 , PAB8997 , PA4122 , SA9055 , MGA42385 , YL8Z-9601-AA , 5000-29104 , 87385 , MA5323 , 87793 , AF8997 , 42793 , CFA1112 , YF09-13-Z40 , AF1112 , A1683 , HA8997 , P2793 , FA-1774 , YL8U-9601-AA , FA-1696 , CFA1083 , P606284 , PA-244 , DA8997 , PA4163 , PA5323F , YZCA-23-603 , XA5323 , AF5323 , QSA8997 , A2041C , CA-8997 , 42385 , PA35323 , VA5323 , AF1112F , A35323 , MA8997

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Premium Guard Air Filter
  • To 23/06/2008
  • Air Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Height:
      • 2.22 In
      • 56.5 Mm
    • Shape: Panel
    • Side A Length:
      • 253 Mm
      • 9.96 In
    • Side B Length:
      • 180 Mm
      • 7.09 In
Brand: Premium Guard
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2008 - Mazda Tribute V 6 Cyl 3.0L 181 2968
NPN
2014 Mazda 2 Air Filter NPN

P311-1EFEDC7    W0133-1901207  New

Qty:
$31.64
NPN Air Filter
Brand: NPN
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2014 - Mazda 2
Hengst
2014 Mazda 2 Air Filter Hengst

P311-562ACC0    W0133-1901207  New

Qty:
$18.88
Hengst Air Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Hengst
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2014 - Mazda 2

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'91 Mazda 626 Hard Starting

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Question From CTC01 on '91 Mazda 626 Hard Starting

I recently purchased a '91 Mazda 626 255k miles 2.2l. I have installed new plugs, fuel filter and air filter. I have also sealed up the air tube from the air filter/air meter to the intake (learned from years of driving another '91 626). I have about 35psi fuel pressure at idle, pressure goes to 42 when throttle is opened. Once I get it started it runs excellent and once warmed up it restarts well. I have installed a new temp sensor and swapped out the distributor with the one from my daily driver with no change in problem.

I'm running out of ideas. Any thoughts?

Thanks

Todd

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

I'd have to agree with Hammer on this one. With the fuel pressure guage connected, does the pressure bleed off after turning off the ignition? Make sure that you replaced the CTS, not the engine temp. sensor. One (the CTS) is for the computer, the other is for the guage. Being a '91, it may not be possible to get live data, but would be interesting to know what the computer is seeing for temp. when cold and warm? The CTS can be tested with an ohmeter. Certain amount of resistance, at different temperatures. If you need a chart, we can supply it.

Response From Hammer Time

That's a nice list of parts you threw at it but you never stated what the problem is that your trying to fix.

Response From CTC01

'91 Mazda 626 Hard Starting

Response From Hammer Time

If that's all the effort you can put into you own problem then don't expect us to beg you for information.

Response From CTC01

It cranks good I have spark but it STARTS HARD when cold, What else do you need to know?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Is the check engine light coming on?
What does it take to get it started?
How long does it have to sit for it to be a problem?
What does it sound like when it first starts?
How old are the cap. rotor and wires?
With that mileage have you taken a compression test?

Your asking us to diagnose a problem sight unseen. We need every piece of applicable information possible. Two words in a title doesn't tell us anything.

Mazda bucks and surges

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Question From Guest on Mazda bucks and surges

My 1992 Mazda Protege (4 Cyl DOC FI) has low power when accelerating until the revs get up to 1000 rpm or so. Also when cruising slowly (i.e. 1st gear in parkinglot) it surges and bucks so bad I have to put in the clutch. It smooths out when I get the revs up over 1000 rpm or so. I've had routine inspections with oil changes with no red flags but I haven't done any troubleshooting yet. I have a timing light and Vacuum gauge but otherwise not much for diagnostic tools. I'd hoping the symptoms will guide me to where to look first.

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

It looks like I found the problem. After checking plugs, distributer and vacuum I checked the air filter. After checking the air filter it ran very poorly. On inspection I found a large split in the air intake hose. After patching it with duct tape the car runs fine and the surging is gone. Apparently there was a small split in the hose from changing the air filter in the past which was causing the problem. Checking the filter caused the split to open up, making for easy detection.

Mazda with only lukewarm heat. Help!

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Question From blueduke59 on Mazda with only lukewarm heat. Help!

I have a 1998 Mazda 626 and have only lukewarm heat. Not only that, the temperature gauge on the dashboard barely gets above the C mark while idling. when car is moving it drops below the C mark. Heater fan doesn't seem to be as strong as it once was as well. What could be the problem? Thanks in advance

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

The low temp is highly consistant with a thermostat that isn't closing properly and a new one should take care of the temp issue. The fan could be a few things from the motor itself or more likely dirty such that airflow is restricted.

I doubt it but it this car uses a cabin air filter change it or just take it out for better airflow.

Get the thermostat first and while system is drained for that I'd go ahead and flush the system if it's been a while,

T

Response From blueduke59

Thanks for the speedy reply, Tom. I'll do as you suggested

98 mazda 626 losing power

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Question From lilyankee on 98 mazda 626 losing power

hello, iv just bought a 98 mazda 626 v6. iv had the fuel pump, filter, throttle position sensor(used), and plugs replaced. But while im driving it loses power, sometimes worse than other times. It acts like it is missing or starving for fuel at these times aswell. The check engine light sometime comes on and flashes but once power is restored the light shuts off. If i lose power i noticted if i turn over drive off and get it to rev to 3grand it comes back. Its very flustrating and my boyfriend has a few ideas- there is a gap in the air filter box he is questioning, maybe crank sensor. if anyone has anyother ideas it would be greatly appreciated. iv fallin in love with the car in the short time iv had it. it was a christmas present and i want to keep it. thank you so much!!!

Response From michaeleput

My 98 626 runs good for about 45 minutes then starts cutting out and will completely stall out. after letting it sit for about 5-10 minutes it will re-fire and run again. Sometimes it will only go for about another 5-10 minutes then it will do it again. I let it sit then it will go again. IT seem to do it worse in city driving but I've had it happen while highway driving

Response From Hammer Time

Please read the FORUM RULES before posting. This thread is 2 years old.

Response From michaeleput Top Rated Answer

hello, iv just bought a 98 mazda 626 v6. iv had the fuel pump, filter, throttle position sensor(used), and plugs replaced. But while im driving it loses power, sometimes worse than other times. It acts like it is missing or starving for fuel at these times aswell. The check engine light sometime comes on and flashes but once power is restored the light shuts off. If i lose power i noticted if i turn over drive off and get it to rev to 3grand it comes back. Its very flustrating and my boyfriend has a few ideas- there is a gap in the air filter box he is questioning, maybe crank sensor. if anyone has anyother ideas it would be greatly appreciated. iv fallin in love with the car in the short time iv had it. it was a christmas present and i want to keep it. thank you so much!!!

Response From Discretesignals

Well, if the check engine light is coming on that means that there are probably codes being stored. You can have the computer scanned to find out what the codes are. Write down the code numbers and let us know.

Response From lilyankee

im going to autozone tomorrow after work to see, but they said they cant guarantee anything since it does not stay on. and it dont last long enough, or happen at a time i can make it to them. lol. thank you i will let you guys know if it reads anything. thank you again, it has been alot of problems but i dnt wanna let it go. The electric as even been an issue! thanks again

Response From lilyankee

i went to advance they said they couldnt read anything. so no luck there. my boyfriend drove it this week and he noticed that if u slow down below 30, arnd a turn or to a stop, that if u turn the over drive off usually it dont lose power. and iv also observed that it is worse when its been raining or just alot of moisture in the air.

Mazda 626 with smog check problems

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Question From Guest on Mazda 626 with smog check problems

I have a 1990 Mazda 626 2.2L automatic sedan.
It is due for a California smog check. I took it to a Smog Check mechanic that ran it through the machine prior to entering it in the computer; to see if it would pass. He tells me the car is polluting and will not pass.
Although I am not sure if the mechanic's diagnosis is true or not; I did see some smoke coming out of the exhaust while the car was running on the dynamometer.
I do not have any money to take the car to a mechanic.
Can anyone give me any tips or secrets on preparing a car to pass a California Smog Check?
Or is there some part or parts that need to be inspected and changed?
Some background info on the car: the engine oil was still relatively new and clean, the spark plugs and plug wires are not that new but they are supposedly ''premium" Bosch plug cables and platinum spark plugs; but the air filter was dirty.
I put in a new air filter (after the smog run), would this make a difference?
I would appreciate any help.
Thank you.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Why didn't the smog check mechanic give you some suggestions? If the car has no check engine light on spark plugs could help, heavier viscosity oil would reduce any smoke which just seeing it would fail the car. Have the car fully warmed up when you go in. CA like MA will give you a grace period if not obsenely bad -- here it's 60 days. If you fail again here but not too bad you can get a waiver for a year but then it's all over. No car is legal to drive with a failed safety problem, T

Response From Guest

Hey Tom,
Thanks for responding to my post.
The mechanic would not give any suggestions for a combination of reasons. Most prevalent is that this mechanic is greedy as hell and doesn't want me getting any of my own ideas on how to "fix" the car.
(he offers to do the ''repairs" himself)
The relatively new oil in the engine is already a heavy viscosity : 20W50 if my memory serves correctly.
The smoke coming out of the exhaust was not blue-oil smoke, but rather black-like smoke.
The car was as warm as it gets by the time the car was put up on the dynamometer.
The car hasn't officially failed the smog test yet, as it was not entered into the state's computer system. This buys me some time.
What exactly is it that smog mechanics do to coax a car to pass a smog check? I've seen them pass previously-failed vehicles by merely tinkering with certain points in the engine bay. Although it is highly difficult to understand or decipher what is it that they adjusted. To make matters more muddled, every car's engine bay is different.
There must be some specific details pertaining to a car's emissions that can be readily readjusted. (I think)
Again, thanks for the response and I look forward to more insight.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

In a 1990 you still don't have much to adjust. The black is indicative of too much fuel and a host of things could cause that. It can and will kill your converters if left unfixed and may be a dumb as a vacuum leak.

This is a case of a "stich in time catches nine" so don't wait if you want to keep this car. Check for vacuum leaks as they are usually cheap and easy to fix. Use (sparingly) carb cleaner at suspect areas and if englne idle changes you found one, T