How to Remove and Replace a 1992 Mazda Navajo Intake Manifold?

Answer As with most V-6 engines, the Mazda Navajo intake manifold is in two separate pieces. The top half needs to be removed before the lower half can be accessed for removal. The design of the 4.0-liter... Read More »

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How do I Install an Intake Manifold on a 1995 Mazda 929?

The intake manifold within a 1995 Mazda 929 helps move the required amount of air and fuel into the engine's cylinders. Over time, a buildup of debris and other substances can cause the intake mani... Read More »

How to Change the Intake Manifold Gasket on a Mazda 626?

The intake gasket for the Mazda 626 is located between the intake manifold and the cylinder head. The seal it creates is important because the fuel/air mixture will be altered if air leaks into the... Read More »

1998 Mazda 626 Intake Manifold Removal?

The gasket on the 1998 Mazda 626's manifold has to be replaced when it starts to leak. If excess air gets into the engine, it throws off the air-to-fuel ratio, causing the engine to run poorly. Dep... Read More »

How to Replace the Head Gasket for a 1991 Mazda Navajo?

The 1991 Mazda Navajo uses a head gasket to prevent coolant and engine oil from leaking into the vehicle's motor. The head gasket has a seal that can break down over time, which can cause major dam... Read More »