Your Mazda MX-5 Miata's speedometer helps to tell you your precise speed. But over time, your speedometer could become faulty, which could become a safety issue! The speedometer works through the speedometer cable which is powered by the drive shaft. The drive shaft turns a magnet which creates an electrical current to send the information to your MX-5's computer. It will then calculate your vehicle's speed and send this information straight back through the cable to display the speed on your speedometer.
Enjoy the ride in your Mazda3 Sedan & Hatchback with superior sound quality. The antenna rod on your Mazda3 picks up radio wavelengths and sends these signals to your radio...
Enjoy the ride in your Mazda5 with superior sound quality. The antenna rod on your Mazda5 picks up radio wavelengths and sends these signals to your radio receiver which in turn amplifies...
Having trouble with your ignition in your Mazda? When you're pressing the START/STOP button, the ignition may not turn off on some vehicles equipped with a gate-type AT shifter. Although...