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Hitachi
2005 Mazda MPV Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter Hitachi

P311-24F8A85    W0133-1761666  New

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$230.39
Hitachi Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter
  • 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.
  • ; Air Flow Sensor
Brand: Hitachi
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Vehicle
2005 - Mazda MPV
Fuel Injection Corp.
1990 Mazda MPV Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter 4 Cyl 2.6L Fuel Injection Corp. - With Core

P311-1778D26    W0133-1761398  New

Qty:
$55.00 $330.22
Fuel Injection Corp. Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter
  • Remanufactured
  • ; Air Flow Sensor
  • With Core
Brand: Fuel Injection Corp.
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1990 - Mazda MPV L 4 Cyl 2.6L - 2606
Fuel Injection Corp.
1990 Mazda B2600 Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter Fuel Injection Corp. - With Core

P311-1778D26    W0133-1761398  New

Qty:
$55.00 $330.22
Fuel Injection Corp. Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter
  • Remanufactured
  • With Core
Brand: Fuel Injection Corp.
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Vehicle
1990 - Mazda B2600
Spectra Premium
2002 Mazda B2300 Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter Spectra Premium

P311-4A65F95    W0133-1918852  New

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$132.33
Spectra Premium Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter
Brand: Spectra Premium
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2002 - Mazda B2300
Spectra Premium
2003 Mazda B4000 Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter Spectra Premium

P311-4A65F95    W0133-1918852  New

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$132.33
Spectra Premium Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter
  • ; Production: -08/04/2003
Brand: Spectra Premium
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Mazda B4000 To:08-04-03
Spectra Premium
2004 Mazda B2300 Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter Spectra Premium

P311-4A65F95    W0133-1918852  New

Qty:
$132.33
Spectra Premium Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter
  • ; Production: -07/31/2003
Brand: Spectra Premium
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Mazda B2300 To:07-31-03

Latest Mazda Repair and Air Flow Meter Installation Advice

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No Power Anywhere.

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Question From ClutchKick on No Power Anywhere.

I have a 1981 Mazda Rx7 1.1L 12A Rotary and it was working fine but now I have zero power, not even accessory lights. The battery is fine. The fusible link is fine. I can hotwire the starter from underneath the car, it spins. I'm extremely confused as to what else could cause it to have zero power? Could it be the CPU or the ignition?

Response From ClutchKick

I got a multimeter and, like I said, the fusible link and battery are fine but I did notice that while the car is on (still no accessory lights or anything) the fuel pump is running, even though nothing else is electronically working. Is my fuel pump relay fried? Could a relay that's been fried make a fuel pump pump indefinitely and could it cut off the rest of the power to the dash?

Response From Discretesignals

Unplug the electrical connector from the air flow meter. Does the fuel pump stop running with the ignition on?

Response From ClutchKick Top Rated Answer

Well I get dim accessory lights and the starter turns over really slowly, I think I have bad connections so I'm going to go get new cables, I'll try that air flow meter when it stops raining

Response From nickwarner

Do you have power at the ignition switch? Have you verified that the cable connections at all points of the power and ground cables are shiny clean and tight?

Response From ClutchKick

Yeah everything's nice and clean, the hardest part of this is I don't have a voltmeter but I can visually see tiny sparks from the fusible link going to the battery fuse so I know that it is fine. How do I check if the ignition is getting it's power?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Time go get a multi-meter that does both volts and ohms, and a 12v test light. Suggest the LED one now. Prices vary wildly and pretty much get what you pay for for these. WallyWorld has them or others like that - all seem to be low end but I own some for trunk of car tool box,

T

Response From nickwarner

You can't diagnose an electrical system without electrical tools. As Tom pointed out, they're cheap to get a multimeter and a LED test lamp. What do you mean by being able to see sparks in a fusible link? That doesn't sound good at all.

Response From ClutchKick

Not IN the fusible link, the wire from the battery that attaches to the fusible link, if you rub the metal together small sparks, as in electricity is going between the link and the fuse.

Response From Hammer Time

if you rub the metal together small sparks, as in electricity is going between the link and the fuse.

If you really think you're going to find problems that way, you're in for some real headaches.

Response From ClutchKick

Hahahah no, I'm just waiting for the voltmeter, my friend is bringing one over tomorrow I was just saying there is electricity going into the battery fuse.

Response From Hammer Time

I was just saying there is electricity going into the battery fuse.

And how would you conclude that?

Response From ClutchKick



I was just saying there is electricity going into the battery fuse.

And how would you conclude that?

Electricity is flowing from the battery through the fusible link, into the battery fuse.

Response From nickwarner

But that doesn't tell us if the fusible link is intact, just that the circuit isn't completely open. You could very well only be getting a tiny amount of power through a mostly opened fusible link which a voltage drop test will show fast and without the danger to electrical components of arcing them. Wait for the meter.

Response From Discretesignals

If you rub them fast enough, it should start a fire.