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Ishino Stone
2011 Mazda CX-7 Engine Valve Cover Gasket Set 4 Cyl 2.3L Ishino Stone

P311-41F1F62    W0133-1781902  New

Qty:
$23.68
Ishino Stone Engine Valve Cover Gasket Set
  • Contains 1 valve cover gasket and 1 spark plug tube seal/gasket.
Brand: Ishino Stone
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Mazda CX-7 L 4 Cyl 2.3L - 2260
Ishino Stone
2008 Mazda CX-7 Engine Valve Cover Gasket Ishino Stone

P311-41F1F62    W0133-1781902  New

Qty:
$23.68
Ishino Stone Engine Valve Cover Gasket
  • Contains 1 valve cover gasket and 1 spark plug tube seal/gasket.
Brand: Ishino Stone
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Vehicle
2008 - Mazda CX-7
Genuine
2012 Mazda CX-7 Engine Coolant Thermostat Genuine

P311-3B589E2    W0133-1785092  New

Qty:
$61.37
Genuine Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • 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.
  • Includes Coolant Outlet Housing and Gasket
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle
2012 - Mazda CX-7
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Thread Pitch 3/4 16 Outside Diameter 2.98 Height 3.36" Spin-On Filter
  • Standard Life Oil Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2010 - Mazda CX-7 L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2488
Genuine
2012 Mazda CX-7 Transmission Filter Genuine - w/o O-Ring

P311-5A015D9    W0133-1841248  New

Qty:
$107.46
Genuine Transmission 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.
  • Requires O-Ring 9954-10-2206
  • w/o O-Ring
Brand: Genuine
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2012 - Mazda CX-7 GX
Mahle
2011 Mazda CX-7 Engine Valve Cover Gasket Set 4 Cyl 2.5L Mahle

P311-4E26FC7    W0133-1907533  New

Qty:
$26.33
Mahle Engine Valve Cover Gasket Set
Brand: Mahle
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Mazda CX-7 L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2488
Mahle
2012 Mazda CX-7 Engine Valve Cover Gasket 4 Cyl 2.5L Mahle

P311-4E26FC7    W0133-1907533  New

Qty:
$26.33
Mahle Engine Valve Cover Gasket
Brand: Mahle
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Mazda CX-7 L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2488
Ishino Stone
2009 Mazda CX-7 Engine Oil Drain Plug Gasket Ishino Stone - Aluminum

P311-5682218    W0133-1644373  New

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$3.24
Ishino Stone Engine Oil Drain Plug Gasket
  • Aluminum
Brand: Ishino Stone
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2009 - Mazda CX-7
Ishino Stone
2012 Mazda CX-7 Automatic Transmission Drain Plug Seal Ishino Stone - Aluminum

P311-5682218    W0133-1644373  New

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Ishino Stone Automatic Transmission Drain Plug Seal
  • Aluminum
Brand: Ishino Stone
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2012 - Mazda CX-7 GX
Spectre
2007 Mazda CX-7 Mass Air Flow Sensor Adapter Spectre - Air Sensor Mount Kit

P311-1870E83    8705  New

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$11.19
Spectre Mass Air Flow Sensor Adapter
  • Air Flow Sensor Mount
  • 3 in. Dia.; Includes Collar Clamp; 3 Adapter Plates
  • Air Sensor Mount Kit
  • Product Attributes:
    • Automotive Item Grade: High Performance
    • Car Make:
      • 1988-1995 Nissan 240sx
      • 1989-1994 Suzuki Swift
      • 1991-1994 Nissan Sentra Se-r
      • 1993-1996 Nissan 200sx
      • 1993-1996 Nissan Altima
      • 1993-1998 Ford Probe Se
      • 1994-2002 Ford Mustang V6
      • Audi 2.8l W/aah And Afc Engine Code
      • Mitsubishi
      • Nissan
      • Subaru
      • Toyota Equipped W/bosch M.a.f. Sensor
    • Compatibility: Universal
    • Finish: Chrome
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Inlet Diameter: 3.000 In. (76.2mm)
    • Inside Diameter: 2.875 In. (73mm)
    • Insulated: No
    • Item Weight: 0.400 Lbs. (0.2 Kg)
    • Length: 3.875 In. (98mm)
    • Material: Abs
    • Outside Diameter: 3.000 In. (76mm)
    • Package Contents: 1 Mass Adapter Mount, 3 Adapters
    • Package Material: Plastic Other
    • Package Type: Blisterpack
    • Prop 65 (C, R or CR): Cr
    • Prop 65 Warning Label: Https://www.knfilters.com/images/l/prop65.jpg
    • Title: Spectre Spe-8705 Air Flow Sensor Mount
    • Tube Style: Straight
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • Spectre's 3 Inch Chrome Air Flow Sensor Mount includes a coupling collar and features a triple chrome plated co-polymer ABS resin construction, which insulates the intake tract from heat. This product can be combined with other 3 inch chrome tubes to create an intake for almost any application, and also includes 3 mass air flow sensor adaptors to fit a variety of applications. Designed for sensors calibrated to 2.875 inch inside diameter tubes, this mount is not intended for turbo-charged or super-charged engines.
Brand: Spectre
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2007 - Mazda CX-7

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Troubleshooting a 2008 Mazda CX-7 A/C problem

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Question From richpodraza on Troubleshooting a 2008 Mazda CX-7 A/C problem

Hey all, first time posting,

I am hoping to troubleshoot my girlfriend's broken 2008 Mazda CX-7 A/C. I'm not sure exact mileage and engine size but it's under 40k and a 6 speed automatic, I hope that is helpful. Basically the problem is that it blows hot. Air still blows, the controls for blowing strength off/low/medium/high still work, and the heat still works (i.e. turning it hot makes it get hot, not just outside temp). But, if it's turned to cold temp and A/C on, the coldest it will get is the outside temperature.

It would be cool if this is something I can fix myself, but not necessary. I'm no mechanic but am comfortable taking things apart and troubleshooting (I've installed car stereos and replaced dashboard light bubs, etc.), and I can follow directions.

Any tips on troubleshooting things to try?

Thanks!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

This is not a job to learn on. The first step here is to use a set of professional gauges to take pressure readings to determine if there is even enough refrigerant in the system to engage the compressor. In a 2008, I would think it's still under warranty anyway.

Response From richpodraza

ok well good to know anyway, thanks!

2007 Mazda CX7-Can't see odometer in daylight

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Question From female in distress on 2007 Mazda CX7-Can't see odometer in daylight

Before sending my car to the shop tomorrow for repairs, I need to know QUICKLY PLEASE IF YOU CAN!! is this a fixable problem or is it just a crappy thing with the CX7? There is NO way to see my speed on the odometer during the daylight and almost as hard to see at night with the headlights ON. The local PD doesn't take kindly to speeders but how the heck do I know if I'm within the limits? HELP PLEASE! There ARE other lights in the odometer (such as gears) but the speed numbers are not lit at all. THANKS

Response From Hammer Time

It's probably a burnt out LCD display in the dash cluster which may mean a new cluster.

Response From female in distress Top Rated Answer

Thanks..........I assume you caught my mistake......??!! I MEANT SPEEDOMETER, not odometer! Didn't I? LOL Duh is me!
Appreciate your input.

Response From Hammer Time

No, this only makes sense if you meant odometer, unless you have a digital speedometer.

whining/hunning noise

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Question From chandler on whining/hunning noise

I have a Mazda Cx7 AWD 2008 with 70k miles. It's making a humming noise starting at about 20 to 30 mph, and gets louder and higher pitched
with increased speed. Puting the car in nutral does has no effect, same noise, same level. Sounds like it's comming from the rear of the vehical.
Seems to be getting gradually louder, although I may just be paying more attention to it. Any ideas would be helpful Thank you.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Anything that rotates with speed of the vehicle but high on list would be a wheel bearing. Those usually will be louder or quieter with shift of weight like turns at a speed when you hear it. Can try rotating tires and see if noise follows them or stays the same to rule in or out tires,

T

Response From chandler

Thanks T,
Tried the side load / turning at speed, no difference. I've had wheel bearings go bad before and it doesn't sound like that to me.
More of a growl I think. Almost sounds natural, like a gear box or maybe a differential, just to loud. Maybe something to do with
the AWD? Traction control on or off makes no difference either. I'm not too familiar with the AWD on the Mazda, as it is my wife's car.
Thanks again, Steve

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

First post said to me that load from the engine didn't alter the noise so I'm not thinking gear noises just yet. AWD or NO wheel drive () the only thing that touches the road is the tires and can wear to make noises and noises can travel making you think it's from one place but source is another. Tricky stuff without witnessing it.

Just carefully look at the tread on the tires. Leading edge of the slots of the treads will wear more than the trailing making a saw tooth kind of pattern on quite a few especially ones not rotated as per schedule listed for the specific car. Some tires just are more prone that others too. If so you can just feel that with your hands. Some can be so far worn into that pattern they really wont recover. If your tires/wheels allow cross rotation and have that they will sound worse and might correct over some time and miles. Repeat 'Might.)

Pay attention as noises are warnings. I'd at least try to rule out tire issues as my experience those can make a speed related noise without much load of weight shifting or acceleration/deceleration forces changing the noise. I really would want to rule that out before blaming gears and gearcase bearing at this point. Lots going on in AWD to differentiate all wheels but gut feeling doubts that so far. If wheels are off certainly check out brakes but "humming" or whining isn't so high on my list for brake issues,

T

Response From chandler

Thank you again T, just rung a bell with me, the only thing I've done recently IS add air to the tires. Will definitely check that, I thought they were a little low.
Hope so, much better that a major drive train issue.
Thank you very much,


Steve

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Anyone should pay attention to tire pressures. 4X4 regular, FWD regular, AWD sure seem to really want even pressures as manuals suggest and very regular tire rotations. Anything more than 2WD ordinary is really trying to differentiate for arcs of turns, plain turning and harder on tires in about all cases and when safe but 1/2 (example) worn some you can't just buy one or two but need them all! Suppose you could but it's asking too much as 99.? % the car is going straight ahead and all the gizmos aren't doing much that allow non scuffing turning or different wheel speeds for even ABS and so on.

Not to beat that up too much but in a 3 Million buck Bugatti Veyron or a Tata Nano the only things touching the road are the dang TIRES unless you can drive airborne all the time- Hmmm?

T