Mazda 2.0L Index of Articles

APPLIES TO: This wiring diagram applies to the following vehicles: 1996, 1997 2.0L Mazda 626 with manual transaxle (MTX) only. The wiring diagram includes the... [read more]

APPLIES TO: This wiring diagram applies to the following vehicles: 1996, 1997 2.0L Mazda 626 with automatic transmission (ATX) only. The wiring diagram includes... [read more]

Quite a few things can cause your 2.0L Mazda 626 (or MX6) to crank and not start, one of those things is a broken timing belt. So, if you've been wondering how to test for a... [read more]

In this article I'll explain what a trouble code P0123: Throttle Position Sensor Circuit High Voltage means and what you'll need to do to diagnose and repair its... [read more]

A lot of people think that the only way to test the mass air flow (MAF) sensor is with a scan tool, but that's not the case. The mass air flow (MAF) sensor on your 1998-2002... [read more]

A trouble code P0121: Throttle Position Sensor Performance Problem points to a problem with the throttle position sensor (TPS). In this article I'll explain what it means... [read more]

What makes testing the compression of your Mazda 2.0L four cylinder engine easy is that the spark plugs are easily accessible and in plain view (you do have to remove the... [read more]

In this tutorial I'll explain what a trouble code P0122: Throttle Position Sensor Circuit Low Voltage means and what's involved in diagnosing and repairing its cause. I'm... [read more]

Testing for a blown head gasket on your 2.0L Mazda 626 (2.0L Mazda MX6) isn't hard. In this tutorial I'll show you the 4 basic tests that are done to find out. So, if the... [read more]

One of the easiest tests to do on your 2.0L Mazda 626 is the alternator test. In this tutorial I am going to show you an easy and fast way to do it and the best part of all... [read more]