How do I Replace the Thermostat in a 1991 Mazda B2200?

Answer The Mazda B2200 uses a spring-loaded thermostat that is set to open when the temperature of the truck gets hot. The thermostat releases enough coolant to cool the engine down. Once the engine is co... Read More »

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How to Change the Fluid of the Manual Transmission on a 1991 Mazda B2200?

In 1986, Mazda launched its B-series lineup of pickup trucks with the release of the B2000 pickup. The 1991 B-series pickup came in two models: B2200 and B2600. The B2200 came fitted with an 85-ho... Read More »

How Do I Install a Thermostat in a Mazda B2200 Pickup?

The thermostat on the Mazda B2200 pickup truck is located at the top of the engine and needs to be replaced to prevent the coolant system from running hot. The thermostat will stick and cause the t... Read More »

How to Replace a Mazda B2200 Fuel Pump?

The fuel pump in a Mazda B2200 delivers fuel to the engine from the gas tank. When the fuel pump goes out, the gasoline in the tank has no way to get to the engine, and the truck won't be able to s... Read More »

How to Replace the Ignition Switch on My 1990 Mazda B2200?

The ignition switch on your 1990 Mazda B2200 is designed to send an electrical current to the starter when the ignition key is turned. When this switch goes bad it can cause a several symptoms: no ... Read More »