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Old 01-31-2018, 04:01 PM   #11
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It sounds like you just aren't getting fuel. The pump may be going out. Test fuel pressure.
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Old 01-31-2018, 05:12 PM   #12
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Hi, does anyone know what OBDII Protocal Mazda B2500 use? Is it a Japanese Protocol or Ford Diagnostic Communication Protocol? Need to know this to buy a compatible OBDll Diagnostic Tool.

2) What is the Correct Position of The Red Button in The Fuel Shut of Switch? Is the working Position Depressed? Thanks
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Should be a Ford protocol on the B series.

Down is the correct position for the switch.
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Old 03-05-2018, 02:00 PM   #14
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Hi friend, Thank you adsm08
for the answer too bad you are so far away.
Had no fuel pressure coming from schrader valve on fuel rail, no fuel squirted out. I moved the flatbed & changed the Fuel Pump (For me it was easier than dropping the fuel tank without a lift & proper support jacks, for one person.) - it did had a worn little hose. Truck didn't start.
Left the bed back & Next day the truck started & sounded great except for a kind of brushing sound from behind the Time Belt Shroud. Now here is why I don't trust Mechanics: I while back I took the truck to a mechanic, I told him there was this swishing or brushing sound coming from behind the timing belt shroud, he looked at the engine and told me - my engine looked so clean - there was nothing to worry about. I asked him how much it would be to change belts and check for the noise and he said "Don't worry it's nothing, you don't need to change your belts".

Well I still have that sound, so I had someone change the bottom bearing pulley looked like there was enough play I thought better safe than sorry, changed the belt too. The noise was still there but the truck appeared to run great, the so called mechanic said: Its nothing to worry about, you can drive it that way for a while. Next day it started & I drove it to a near by park. On my way home the truck just died in the middle of the road with not a sound. Coasted the truck to park it at the corner.
Crank, No Spark, No Start. When I turned the key to ON there was no movement in the RPM, No Check Engine Light.
I found No Blown Fuses. Are there 2 Fuse Boxes on this truck, 1 in the Engine Compartment
and 1 in the Cab? By the Driver's Side? My good volt meter leads came today, so I will Test the Relays.

4 Days Later truck started but engine ran really bad, shaky, rough. I didn't try to drive it.

Research refers to similar sound from the Time Belt Area attributes it to a Crank Shaft Synchronizer & sensor. Others attribute it to a Cam Shaft Sensor? Does my truck have any of these? Where?

I've swapped out the MAF, new Battery, IAC, EGR Valve, TPS, Oxygen Sensors, Fuel Pump. I'd cry but that won't help, instead I bought I multi-voltmeter & light tester, a pressure guage but don't know how to use them yet.
Currently changing the spark plugs.

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Your engine probably does have the Cam synrco/sensor assembly, but I am not familiar enough with that engine to know exactly where they are.
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Thank you,
Been trying to find out with 00 Mazda B2500 parts diagrams & the Haynes Repair Manual but its not clear.
Anyone have any idea how many Sensors are on this 00 Mazda B2500SE 2.5L 4 Cyl SOHC
VIN:4F4YR12C0YTM14175 ?

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Yeah, its one of those parts that I could probably find fairly quickly with the truck in front of me, but I don't really have the ability to tell someone else where to look for it.
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If nobody else chimes in on this actually knowing where it is, and I get a chance tonight I'll check out the wife's car when she gets home. Her's has a 2.3, which is the same thing, so if I can find it there I can probably give you a good description.

Here is a link to a listing for the part with pictures.

http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/f...on+sensor,7196
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