Eunos was like mazda's luxuary brand back in the day.
Well i just brought the car yesterday haha. Wasn't too sure if the fuel guage was working so put 10 dollars of petrol into the car. Didn't move
Probably the sending unit in the tank. Remove lower portion of rear seat. Should be a plate there covering access to the fuel pump. Remove plate and disconnect electrical connection to pump assm. What does the gauge do with this disconnected and the ignition in the run position?
Fuel pump access could be in the trunk but if this is like a 626 it is under the seat.
Need some help with my 2005 Ford Taurus (again). I decided to take the car on a 850 mile road trip (12 hours or so). 3/4 of the way through getting to my destination the check transmission light came on. I have never had any issues with the transmission, and the fluid level was fine. Initially it seemed like the car would lag just a little bit when going up hills, but I thought that was my imagination or cruise control.
Well I researched the issue on the interwebs, and apparently the 05 taurus has issues with the vehicles transmission going out with little warning. It is starting to exhibit those signs, feels like the transmission is slipping between 2nd and 3rd gear.
I have to be at work tomorrow, and I am in another state. Should I try and make it back home I have to drive through many places that don't have cell phone reception.
Or buy a car in another state, and hope that I don't get ripped off? I would rather not fix the thing, it is getting up there in miles, and been a pain in my butt the whole time.
But the car is saying "check transmission" on the HUD. Would the car be able to decipher a real transmission code from a lean code?
And shocker you need to open a garage in Dallas. You would get all my business
Oh she is getting hot. Transmissions are a weak point as you know with that car. Get some Lucas trans additive and nurse it home. Just have the number for the tow truck handy. BTW when the pump starts to go the fluid level will appear to be too full because the pump does not pick up enough volume.
Does anyone know how to repair a fuel gauge. Its stuck just over half a tank. Its a Mazda Eunos 500 if that helps.
I've seen this before, on other Mazda models. If it was stuck on FULL I would blame the sender unit and the instrument cluster. In your case I'd be checking the sender unit only, as suggested by Shocker.