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About Mazda 626

Sold in the Japanese domestic market under the Mazda Capella name, Mazda 626 was built by a prominent Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer Mazda Motor Corporation, commonly referred to as simply Mazda, between 1979 and 2002 as a compact and mid-size car. Originally introduced to compete against Japanese mid-size stalwarts such as the Honda Accord, Toyota Corona, and Nissan Bluebird, Mazda 626 was a model in second-generation Capella lineup. After being manufactured for five generations covering twenty-four model years, the Mazda 626 was eventually replaced by the Mazda 6 (Atenza) in 2002 though it had won many awards such as Wheels Magazine's Car of the Year for twice and so on.
The fourth-generation Mazda 626 (GE) was produced from November 1991 to 1997 and debuted for the 1993 model year in the United States when the Capella was in its fifth generation. It was offered in two body styles, 4-door sedan and 5-door hatchback and came in several trim levels such as base DX, LX and ES. During this generation, Mazda 626 was powered by 2.0 L I4 rated at 113-118 horsepower and 125-127 pound-feet of torque or 2.5 L V6 pumping out 163-164 hp and 160 lb-ft of torque and power was sent through either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission to the front wheels. The more recent Mazda 626 (GF/GW) was introduced in the North American market in 1997 as a 1998 model. LX and ES were available trim levels as a 4-door sedan, a 5-door hatchback and a 5-door station wagon. Back then, Mazda 626 still got power from a 2.0 L I4 rated 125-130 horsepower and 127-135 lb-ft of torque and 2.5 L V6 good for 170 hp and 163 pound-feet of torque and both engines were mated to the 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission.

Mazda 626 Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Boasting attractive styling, rear seat leg/foot room, sharp steering and handling, and simple interior design, Mazda 626 has always been considered as a perfect vehicle. But the fact is the youngest Mazda 626 now is at least fifteen years old and you should know these common problems will appear on it:
First, transmission failure ranks first among all other problems on Mazda 626 according to the information from car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com. It is said that when the vehicle reaches about 100,000 miles, this problem will emerge. Since few drivers know how serious this problem is and do not know how to diagnose and solve it, professional Mazda 626 repairmen offer these recognizable and simple symptoms. Starting with clunking or grinding noises from underneath the vehicle, leaking transmission fluids on the ground and the indicator not matching the gear, the problem will evolve in the vehicle starting in another gear or refusing to go into gear, the transmission slippage or surging and roughly shifting gears. To avoid these hazards, please be sure to keep the Mazda 626 transmission assembly, shift cable, automatic transmission filter, automatic transmission shifter, transfer case seal and clutch fork in the best shape.
Second, stalling and low engine idle are also Mazda 626 drivers' complaints about the vehicle. These are typical symptoms of the engine failure, which indicates the vehicle is on the verge of breaking down. The sooner you solve it, your vehicle will be safer. Experienced Mazda 626 drivers told that once the engine starts to make strange noises, you need to be alert and try your best to keep the cooling system in prime condition as the cooling system failure will speed up the engine failure. If there are traces of leaking coolants and the engine has a suffered performance, or Low Coolant Light and Check Engine Light also come on, then the Mazda 626 water pump, intake manifold gasket, fuel pump, coolant reservoir, cooling hose, oil filter, air filter, engine control module and valve cover gasket need a thorough inspection.
However, you still need to pay more attention to vulnerable auto parts of Mazda 626 for a perfect ride. Parts including Mazda 626 seat belt, windshield wiper, wiper blade, cabin air filter, antenna, fog light and headlight should be maintained routinely for a safe and comfortable driving environment.
Your Mazda 626 also needs OEM Mazda 626 auto parts to maintain the best shape. MazdaPartsPrime.com happens to carry an extensive selection of lowest-priced manufacturer-warranted genuine Mazda 626 auto parts. All these OEM Mazda 626 parts are impeccable in quality, reliability and durability, you can shop them now with confidence as our hassle-free return policy and fastest delivery service are also available for you.