Your Mazda2's Air Flow Sensor determines the mass flow rate of air that enters the fuel-injected internal combustion engine. The air mass information is necessary for your Mazda2's Engine Control Unit (ECU) to correctly balance and deliver the correct amount of fuel to the engine. When there is a problem with the Air Flow Sensor, symptoms often include: Engine having problems starting, Engine Stalling, Hesitation and Jerking during Acceleration, Excessively Rich or lean Idling.
Keep yourself and others on the road safe under unpredictable, harsh conditions. Our Mazda CX-9 fog lamps help enhance vision under low visibility conditions such as heavy fog, snow and rain....
Steel Rim Wheels are designed to provide a factory original fit. Specifications Durable exterior finish, ideal for harsh winter conditions Allows for time to be saved mounting and dismounting...
No matter what activities you love, you can take your favourite gear with you on your MX-30. Mazda's roof racks offer additional storage without obstructing your view of the road....