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2000 Mazda MPV Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

P311-4B664A8    W0133-1608195  New

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2000 - Mazda MPV
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2003 Mazda 6 Spark Plug Wire Set Prenco

P311-2599F4E    W0133-1895209  New

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2003 - Mazda 6
Denso
2001 Mazda Tribute Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

P311-48233D6    W0133-1755995  New

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2001 - Mazda Tribute
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1987 Mazda B2200 Spark Plug Wire Set Bosch

P311-2EF78B6    W0133-1628427  New

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1987 - Mazda B2200
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1990 Mazda B2200 Spark Plug Wire Set Bosch

P311-2EF78B6    W0133-1628427  New

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Bosch Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Federal - with Carburetor
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1990 - Mazda B2200
NGK
1987 Mazda B2600 Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

P311-3ABC161    W0133-1628022  New

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • ME51 NGK
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1987 - Mazda B2600
NGK
1995 Mazda Millenia Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

P311-4F69681    W0133-1609875  New

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • ZE32B NGK
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1995 - Mazda Millenia
NGK
1984 Mazda B2000 Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

P311-1244889    W0133-1628540  New

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
  • ZE94A NGK
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1984 - Mazda B2000
NGK
1987 Mazda B2200 Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

P311-5641668    W0133-1623287  New

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
  • ZX12 NGK
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1987 - Mazda B2200
NGK
1990 Mazda B2200 Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

P311-5641668    W0133-1623287  New

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  • ZX12 NGK
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1990 - Mazda B2200
NGK
1992 Mazda 929 Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

P311-0E54012    W0133-1610434  New

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
  • ZE26 NGK
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1992 - Mazda 929
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1988 Mazda 323 Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

P311-1A8EF98    W0133-1624359  New

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
  • ZX19 NGK
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1988 - Mazda 323
NGK
1993 Mazda MX-6 Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

P311-3D71913    W0133-1612893  New

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Does not come with coil wire.
  • ZE28 NGK
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1993 - Mazda MX-6
NGK
1993 Mazda MPV Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

P311-32394A5    W0133-1626161  New

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • ZE17 NGK
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Standard Wires
2000 Mazda B3000 Spark Plug Wire Set 6 Cyl 3.0L Standard Wires

P311-44B5089    26675  New

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Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
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2000 - Mazda B3000 V - 182
Standard Wires
2001 Mazda Tribute Spark Plug Wire Set 4 Cyl 2.0L Standard Wires

P311-43CB9DF    26465  New

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Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
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2001 - Mazda Tribute L 1991 -
Standard Wires
1993 Mazda Navajo Spark Plug Wire Set 6 Cyl 4.0L Standard Wires

P311-4E5D82D    26663  New

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Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
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1993 - Mazda Navajo V 4016 -
Standard Wires
1997 Mazda MX-6 Spark Plug Wire Set 6 Cyl 2.5L Standard Wires

P311-5DAE52A    27677  New

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Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
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1997 - Mazda MX-6 V 2497 -
Standard Wires
2002 Mazda B4000 Spark Plug Wire Set 6 Cyl 4.0L Standard Wires

P311-31D8842    26686  New

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Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
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2002 - Mazda B4000 V 4016 -
Standard Wires
2000 Mazda MPV Spark Plug Wire Set 6 Cyl 2.5L Standard Wires

P311-25E1D6B    26670  New

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Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • To 10/17/00 Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
Brand: Standard Wires
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2000 - Mazda MPV V 2497 -

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1995 mazda b2300 help

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Question From bracaglia72 on 1995 mazda b2300 help

Im trying to get some on id of the parts below so i can replace them . I noticed 2 hoses or wires that were cut in half in the pic they go on the top of those 2 ends where u see no wires i have no idea what it does or how i go about asking for what wires i need they seem to just plug in there on top and seem to go under the area where the oil goes . Any help ? would be greatly appreciated .

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Response From bracaglia72 Top Rated Answer

SO i need spark plug wires? there is a set of 4 that are all connected then this second set of 4 . the motor seems to start and run fine . So i just replace these 2 wires with new ones?

Response From Hammer Time

No, it won't run fine. That's a 2.3 Ford engine that take 8 spark plugs. It needs all 8 to run right. Start with plugs and wires but there may be more to that then it appears.

Response From bracaglia72

Thank you i use the truck for work would it be ok for me to use just for tonight till i can get it in the shop tommrow? I would need to use it for a few hours .

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Should you use it one more time for work? You said it runs fine now? How long has it been like this anyway and why if you know? If a long time already if any damage (not sure) was done it's done but I can't make the decision for you.

If it's smooth, no funny odor out exhaust, steady idle with smooth flow out tailpipe you are probably ok to use it for work AYOR.

There are plugs at the other end that about can't be so happy so expect more than just a wire set to make it right,

T

Response From bracaglia72

Im not sure how , long its been that way i only noticed it today . It looks like the 2 wires got stuck or cut off on a wheel in there . I never noticed the truck running any different . Its very old with over 150,000 miles on it i use it for work .

Response From Hammer Time

PURPOSE, CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION
The Electronic Ignition System (EI) consists of a crankshaft mounted Dual Hall Sensor, two 4-tower coil packs, and an ignition module.
The EI eliminates the need for a distributor by using multiple ignition coils. Each coil fires two spark plugs at the same time. The coils are paired so that as one fires during the compression cycle the other fires during the exhaust stroke. The next time the coil is fired, the plug that fired on the exhaust stroke will fire on the compression stroke and the one that was on the compression stroke will fire on the exhaust stroke (the spark in the exhaust cylinder is wasted but little of the coil energy is lost).

Two coils are mounted together in a "coil pack". Each coil pack has two tach wires, one for each coil. Since there are two plugs per cylinder, two coil packs are required. One is called the Right Coil Pack (on right side of engine) and the other, the Left Coil Pack (left side). The Right Coil Pack and plugs operate continuously but the Left Coil Pack and plugs may be switched on or off by Electronic Engine Control processor. The Electronic Engine Control processor computes the spark angle and dwell for the ignition system.

Response From Discretesignals

I think you just blew his/her mind....lol.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Of course it's a judgment call. I couldn't guess how long it's been that way nor can you it seems. Need to look if some other thing is flying around that could have done that?

Old truck, JOB/WORK and a couple hours of run time for tonite? Weight the matter and use your head. The risk as I see it is if running poorly which can harm cat converter. If smooth and no odd odor it probably is ok to use it but I should never make the call for you like that. Might be making erratic sparks?

This is open web. I have to with common sense say don't use it till fixed as the primary suggestion,

T

Response From Discretesignals

I believe in the pictures you are meaning the spark plug wires.

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Response From Hammer Time

That's you coil and plug wires.

Need help

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Question From stieber73 on Need help

I have a 1996 Mazda 626, 5 speed, 4 cylinder engine. I have changed the spark plugs/wires. No leaks. Oil and antifreeze both clean. It just lost power and spudders and blows out blue smoke. Took it to Autozone, they said the code said. Cylinder 2 misfire and another one that said multiple misfire. The engine light has been on for a while not but recently it started flashing. Anyone know what this could be?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Stieber; You'll need to pull #2 spark plug and take a look. Check the plug itself for a crack in the porcelain and recheck the gap. If the plug is fouled with oil, which sounds like maybe the case, then a compression test is in order.

Response From stieber73

I pulled the spark plug, they are pretty burnt, it is a old car lol, there is no oil on them. But I just changed them about a month ago. Should I get some new ones and try that?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Stieber; Are they 'black and sooty'? You can hold one of the plugs and light a match to 'burn' some of the deposit you see and take a smell. Does it smell like oil or gas? I'd pull all four plugs if you haven't already and compare them to each other. Do they all look the same? Gaps correct? The smoke out of the exhaust concerns me. If it's blue, that means the engine is burning oil which should show up on the plugs. If it's white or gray, may be burning coolant and the plug (#2) would look very clean. If the exhaust is black, would mean that it's running too rich.
I think that at this point, you should do a compression test on all four cylinders while you've got the plugs out. Post the readings when done.

Response From stieber73

They look as if they are gray, but on the white part a couple are burnt, but no oil on the gap area. I had a car in the past with a blown head gasket and this car is not giving symptoms of it. No blowing out of the radiator reservoir or gas smell in there and no water loss.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Stieber; The plug color sounds pretty normal. I suppose you could replace them if you want, but doesn't sound that you need to. Your decision. This is a belt driven engine. Do the compression test. If it checks out okay, then we may want to check timing marks which will require removing the upper timing belt cover. But, that doesn't explain the smoke......aaarrrggghhh.

Response From stieber73

I put some oil in yesterday and this is when the smoking thing started.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Stieber; Check the oil level and be sure it's not overfull...Did the loss of power thing start at the same time, too?

Response From stieber73

yes it did

Response From Tom Greenleaf

stieber73
ls there any chance the dipstick is wrong? Only real way to know is to change the oil, put in known capacity minus one qt and make a mark there. Then add the full capacity and mark it there too. Not common to this car but it was with some. I used a punch to mark the low level and the full mark on OE wrong dipsticks and ground off any info that would be misleading.

Just my 2 cents. You are in good hands with Loren!

T

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Stieber; Just for grins, and I doubt that this is the problem, carefully spray a bit of carb cleaner around the EGR valve with the engine idling. Depending on which runner of the intake manifold it's mounted, could be causing a vacuum leak to #2. If the engine speed picks up when you do this, remove the valve and check for a piece of carbon holding the pintle open.

92 Mazda mx3 starting problem

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Question From b-white on 92 Mazda mx3 starting problem

This car ran good when i first got it. im not sure when the problem occured or how but now if i let it sit without starting it for more than an hour it wont start again for 24 hours its been to several people and is at a shop right now and has been for a month i dont want to spend any more money on this car things i know have been done to the car are new spark plug wires new distibutor cap igniton has been checked new spark plugs

Response From brbettge

used to have what we called a "hot soak" problem with the older mazdas. injectors leaking down after car ran for awhile. would not restart if left alone for a short time and wouldn't start for several hours. injectors leaking badly flood the engine and plugs won't fire. to test have a fuel pressure gage put on the car and check for "rest pressure" also called a leak down test. some pressure should remain for a specified length of time after engine is shut down. other than the electrical system this is the only thing i know of. this should be done at a shop with the proper tools and equipment.

Response From dave284 Top Rated Answer

When this happens....there are a couple of things you can check yourself...a sparkplug firing/ listening for the fuelpump coming on/ and having a diagnostic check on the computer.