It seems to take quite a normal amount of time to crank and start, and seems happy to do so. Is this actually a safe solution, for all we know the fresh engine build fixed the issue. If you use too thick of oil it can cause this system to malfunction and cause codes and running issues with the engine. I arranged for my Dad to show up and handle business for me. If you do go to advanced auto. I was just trying to gingerly pass a car and noticed hesitation so I limped it to the nearest exit a couple miles down the hwy. It looks like it might take a while.
I believe it's a recall. Loosen the tensioner and push it back against the spring and lock it fit the new belt right to left then let the tensioner go. You can use 2001-2003 models with same engine. I take it out for a spin around the neighborhood once a week just to keep things working. If they are clean, you are most likely running completely fine. Tighten the cam pulleys and remove plate. I'm at a complete loss and I would take it to a dealer but last time I took it in to my local Mazda they rubbed me the wrong way.
I haven't had my car in over 2 years. I can't 100% blame my turbo or mods for this problem as I did not notice it until we were halfway through my 3rd tune not revision,full tune. When I switched to 10w60 the problem was fixed with no furthur issues. What I didn't know was that this little guy is super competitive and with just a set of extreme performance summer tires I typically finish in the top 10 drivers on any g. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Craig! Remove the plugs and put a screw driver long down the hole, any one, and turn the crank untill the piston is roughly half way down the bore. Has anyone found a possible fix? Oil light has never come on while the engine is running, not even at low idle so I know that oil pressure is within spec. After looking at the price for replacing that, I decided to just live with the issue.
In which case contact me and I will walk you through it. ? The light could mean a costly problem, like a bad catalytic converter, or it could be something minor, like a loose gas cap. As is the fact in my case. I didn't mention this at first, because you said you were experiencing engine issues. Then unmarry, and load their latest map. The mechanic said every time he's seen this code the engine is on borrowed time. What do you guys think about this? It's Shell's high detergent oil.
Also the chain had stretched cause of the chain wheels being worn. And timing belt I am unsure of but we will be checking that when the valve cover comes off. When I switched to 10w60 the problem was fixed with no furthur issues. Put your long screwdriver or preferably a dial guage with extensions into no 1 plug hole turn the engine untill the piston is right at the top. Any info would be great.
It comes with a filter. I don't think you have a problem there. Wonder if the oil change caused anything to happen? Check play on longest side of belt it should move about 6mm. Everything went on fine with the only issue being the new Dayco serpentine belt was very tight. I reset it and after another day the code returns, checked and it is again not lined up. Additional comments for consideration regarding the P0012 code The camshaft phaser controls the timing advance and retard function through oil pressure and oil. Need help with a P0012 code? Incorrect oil can cause this code and may cause multiple codes along with it.
Now when you say Rotella T6, is there a certain weight to buy? You should also check that the spark plug gap is set properly. Could be a bad Power Control Module. The P0012 code they say is unrelated. Another big possibility seems to be the timing. Although, even if you are not big turbo you can try to add a thicker oil until the problem disappears. So, if you have low oil pressure or dirty oil, it can keep them from doing their job properly, and trigger P0012. When you get them to tell you, pay attention to the the last code most recent and instead of trying to replace parts based on the code readouts, instead you should post on fixya what the codes indicate and experts can then give you suggestions to help you fix the problem for the least expense.
I didn't type that twice. Once back home the car threw a P0016 code, crankshaft position misalignment. If you have any doubt as to repairs on your vehicle, please contact your technician. During the drain I'll take apart what I can easily get to to clear things out, test wiring, and find signs of sludge. Ghetto reflash, but it works. Hopefully I'm all done with this shit and can move forward with enjoying my Mazda.