Having problems with your 2003 Mazda MPV ?

Hesitation & tugging back problem.

\015 My 2003 Mazda MPV is having a hesitation problem. I've had the spark plugs and air filter replaced and it's still having the problem. It tugs back, and shuts off when I step on the gas to quickly.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 22-02-2021

Answers :

If you change the plugs it good ideas to also change cap, rotors and wires. have your distributor unit and air mass sensor check. both parts are cheap from junk yard if you have to replace them. remove the distributor cap see if there any oil in the unit and check the contact between the rotor and the cap and also check the coil, making sure you getting 12V. Check fuel pump for proper pressure. There is no way you can test and check the unit except replacing them which I don't recommend, I would recommend take it to a local mazda dealer and have them plug it into the computer and get the code, one they tell you what it is, then you can actually do your own work or repair, most place will charge 35-80 bucks depend on the dealer, call and get an idea how much it cost first for diagnostic. its expensive but its Worth it if you plan to fix your own car. It will cost you lots of money replacing parts to see if that will solve the problems. Distributor and air mass sensor both you cant test them at home, replacing them with the use parts is the only remedy seeing if it faulty, again don't recommend it, can get expensive.
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