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Old 11-07-2017, 08:21 PM   #1
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How many O2 sensors go on the 2000 Mazda B2500SE 4 cylinder 2.5L? Where is the best place to buy them?
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Two. Best place to buy is a matter of opinion.

You can probably get OEM online from ebay or Rockauto cheaply. You can probably get ones made by the OE manufacturer (the guys who made them for Ford, probably Denso or Bosch) at any parts store. You might pay a little more but have the ability to take them back to a physical store and deal face to face if you have a problem.
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I have an extra left over from my donor vehicle if you'd like it... can send at the cost of shipping from 35040 zip code. Just lemme know

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Thanks @theBlake, right now, just ran into another problem. Truck cranks but won't start. Will check fuses tomorrow in day light. Battery is brand new. My zip is 78227, bummed right now.
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Check the three obvious things first

Spark
Fuel
Timing belt.
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Quick question on the timing belt: could I just use any strobe light to check? I've got a headlamp with a strobe function, hoping I can just use that

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Originally I had an Engine Light and MAF code.
Swapped out the MAF Sensor and cleared computer.
Ran alright for 3 days.


Checked:
Got spark
Can't find the little nozzle to check fuel.
Got Car to start, after pumping the gas peddle
After 3 days

Engine Light went back on. Autozone Code Check Results:
Soution is : Replace Overdrive Switch is there such a part on a standard transmission truck? Where is it located?

Definition
Code P0171 indicates that the Bank 1 System is too lean for a predetermined period of time.
Error Codes Read
P0171 Adaptive Fuel Trim Too Lean Bank 1
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