How to Replace the Water Sensor on a 1991 Mazda Miata?

Answer The water sensor, also known as the coolant temperature sensor, is a device attached to your 1991 Mazda Miata's radiator that monitors the temperature of the coolant inside the radiator. The water ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor in a Mazda Miata?

The Mazda Miata contains two oxygen sensors. The sensors are located on each end of the catalytic converter; they help control the fuel consumption based on the amount of oxygen in the car's exhaus... Read More »

How to Replace the Water Pump in a 1991 Mazda MPV?

The Mazda MPV is a minivan produced by Mazda since 1989. Rear-wheel drive was standard on the 1991 model, but a 4x4 version was also available. The term "4x4" in this context indicates that the veh... Read More »

How to Test a 1995 Mazda Miata Mass Air Flow Sensor?

The 1995 Mazda Miata mass air flow sensor measures the amount of air flow into the engine. The air passes a thin wire in the sensor, and the temperature of the air changes the voltage going through... Read More »

How to Replace the Wiper Arms on a Mazda Miata?

Wiper arms, unlike wiper blades, are the actual arms at the base of the blades that move them across your windshield, pushing rainwater and other obscurities out of the way. Wiper arms are typicall... Read More »