How to Replace a CV Joint in a 1995 Mazda 626?

Answer The CV axle on a 1995 Mazda 626 transfers the engine horsepower from the transaxle to the front wheels. Each CV axle contains two CV joints--one at each end. The CV joint acts much like a human wri... Read More »

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How to Replace the CV Joint on a 2004 Mazda 626?

The Mazda 626 CV joint, or central velocity joint, allows for transfer of power at angles. Like other moving parts on the automobile, this joint will wear and need replacing at some point. A CV joi... Read More »

How to Replace the Lower Ball Joint on a '98 Mazda B2300?

The '98 Mazda B2300 utilizes a flat I-beam type of front suspension. The outer end of the I-beam has two elongations that contain the upper and lower ball joints. The ball joints must be removed in... Read More »

How Do I Replace a Belt on a 1995 Mazda Pickup?

The 1995 Mazda Pickup comes equipped with a serpentine belt that operates all of the engine accessories on the front of the engine. The belt is routed around each accessory pulley. The purpose of t... Read More »

1995 Monte Carlo: How to Replace the Ball Joint?

The ball joints, the connectors between the steering of your vehicle and the wheels themselves, are situated underneath your vehicle between the lower control arm and the steering knuckle. If the b... Read More »