Your Mazda3'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 Mazda3'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.
Don’t get caught shivering and rubbing your hands together for warmth in the cold Canadian weather, as you attempt to turn your Mazda CX-9 on. When temperatures drop, the oil your...
Please inquire with us first before purchase, as availability is very limited! The MAZDASPEED Sport Shifter is designed to provide faster and more positive shifts. The shifter throw has been...
Please inquire with us first before purchase, as availability is very limited! MAZDASPEED Performance Dampers reduces noise, distortion and vibration when your chassis is in motion. The performance dampers boosts...