Mazda Protégé, Coupes, and Sedans 1990-1998 and Ford Probe 1993-1997 Vacuum Diagrams Repair Guide
Access our free Vacuum Diagrams Repair Guide for Mazda 323, MX-3, 626, MX-6, Millenia, Protégé 1990-1998 and Ford Probe 1993-1997 through AutoZone Rewards. These diagrams include:
- Fig. 1: Vacuum hose routing diagram for the 1990-94 323, Protege and MX-3 (except MX-3 with 1.6L DOHC and 1.8L V6)
- Fig. 2: Vacuum hose routing diagram for the MX-3 with 1.6L DOHC engine
- Fig. 3: Vacuum hose routing diagram for the MX-3 with 1.8L (K8) V6 engine
- Fig. 4: Vacuum hose routing diagram for the 1995-98 Protege with the 1.5L engine
- Fig. 5: Vacuum hose routing diagram for the 1995-98 Protege with the 1.8L engine
- Fig. 6: Vacuum hose routing diagram for the 1990-92 626 and MX-6 non-turbo
Access our Mazda 323, MX-3, 626, MX-6, Millenia, Protégé 1990-1998 and Ford Probe 1993-1997 Vacuum Diagrams Repair Guide by creating an account or signing into your AutoZone Rewards account. Once you sign in, follow these instructions to access our Repair Guides.
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- Enter your vehicle details.
- Click the “View More” button, and then click “Vehicle Repair Guides.”
- Select the chapter “Vacuum Diagrams Repair Guide”.
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