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Mazda MPV Questions
97 Mazda Mpv 4wd
i have a 97 mazda mpv 4wd and the check engine light has just came on i was wondering what mite cause it, it still runs great should i beworried
Engine Dies After Revving
The car runs fine, but when in park and rev the engine once the rpms hit under 1000 the car just dies.
What Causes O/d Light To Blink And Check Engine Light To Come On?
car was driving fine .O/D light started flashing and check engine light appeared after stopping at light and the a bang noise then lights?Left car for awhile then car was started no O/D light flashing...
How Do I Remove And Replace Rear Wheel Bearings On My 2002 Mazdz Mvp
The bearings have gotten very loud while driving and should be replaced. Can someone give me a step by step on how to remove and replace them myself
Yes I Have A Mazda Mvpit Started Out Lost All Power U Can Hold It To The Fl...
It acts like it wants to but u have to hold the gas pedal to the floor before it acts like it wants to start
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About the Mazda MPV
The Mazda MPV was one of the earliest Japanese vans to reach the U.S. market, and among the first to be designed specifically for North American buyers. Built from the ground up and based on Mazda 929 sedan's platform, the MPV was a rear-wheel drive vehicle from its introduction in 1989 until 2000, when it became a front-wheel-drive. It also was available in both two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive until its redesign in 2000.
One element that distinguished the MPV from its competition was its hinged rear door, on the passenger side, rather than a sliding door. In 1996 Mazda added a fourth hinged door behind the driver's-side door. The hinged rear doors remained until the MPV's redesign in 2000, when they were replaced with sliding doors. In late-model vehicles, power sliding doors were available as either standard features or options, depending on the trim package.
Through most of its history, the MPV was considered to be underpowered by many. The earlier models were powered by either a 121-horsepower, 2.6-liter four-cylinder engine or a 150-horsepower, 3.0-liter V6. Power was steadily increased through the years, but it wasn't until a 200-horsepower 3.0-liter V6 engine was dropped under the hood in 2002 that the MPV was considered adequately powered.
Throughout the 1990s and into the 21st century, the MPV was updated but its size and shape remained essentially unchanged. This allowed some competitors' vans to exceed the MPV in size, power, and features. But there were many drivers who appreciated the MPV for what it was -- a small yet versatile minivan. Drivers noted that, for the most part, the MPV was a reliable vehicle that handled well and had plenty of room for people and cargo. It was also considered to be a good value. As Mazda continued to make upgrades to the minivan, it gained a sportier look and more nimble handling, but it has remained a true minivan up to the current model year.