Sorry..there is no cabin filter for protege..mine is 2000 model.
The Protege's went through a small redesign for the 2001 model year.
Yes it does I too own a Mazda protege 95 with a 1.5 liter and i had to replace the tone ring on my mazda. I ask what does this do and the shop told me its for the abs. But only the LX and ES model has it.
Deciding between these two cars really depends on what your looking for and what amenities are important to you. The mazda generally has beter mileage but the Honda Civic is consistently seen as reliable and having a good resale value. I would personally prefer a Mazda Protege because unless you have the funds to purchase a Honda with model upgrades.
"Normal average" mileage is 10,000 to 12,000 miles per year. The 1998 model is 11 years old. "Normal average" mileage would be between 110,000 to 132,000.
base model and DX have 103 HP. LX model has 125
Hi, starter is behind engine under the intake
17 miles to the gallon city. 23 miles to the gallon highway.
The Mazda CX9 can get up to 29 miles per gallon, according to Mazda's official website. This likely varies depending on exact model and traffic conditions, as with any vehicle.
I had one installed on the 99 model at a shop. this is the same run line, 99-03.
The gas mileage for the 2001 Suzuki Vitara includes 25 miles per gallon when driving in the city. On the highway this model receives 28 miles per gallon.
This depends on the model year. I own a 1990 MX-5 Miata(NA Model), and I have a ten gallon tank. The newer models, such as the NB and the NC model have 12 gallon tanks.
It is located in the tank. You may be able to access it from under the seat. If it is not obvious to you I suggest you get a repair manual for this model.
The Subaru Legacy gets 31 miles per gallon on the highway and 23 miles per gallon in the city. That's for a newer model Subaru Legacy though. An older model of the Subaru Legacy would have worse gas mileage than that.
As far as i know the block and head on the earlier model 626's(96-98)also work....is the same engine,the only difference is the intake manifold(which the 2000 626 one is an upgrade for the mzdaspeed protege)and the ignition which is different than the coil-on-plug on the protege////
The gas mileage depends on the model of pickup in question. A few get as high as 26 highway miles per gallon, while others drop as low as 16 highway miles per gallon. This mileage is worse in city travel.
The Polo, a model of Volkswagen, is a new hybrid type automobile that features a petro-engine and a 45 miles to the gallon. The mileage makes the car worth the price.
The 1977 Chevy Blazer gets 17 miles per gallon on the highway. This model vehicle gets 13.3 miles per gallon in the city.
it looks like they sell the, at www.1aauto.com i hope this helps - j.b they only have the 95 and 96 model
The 2007 Volvo XC70 receives 18 miles per gallon when driving in the city. This model car offers 25 miles per gallon on the highway.
This is an NHTSA-listed Safety Recall item. All Mazda USA dealers are to perform this Safety Recall work free of charge for all 1990-1994 Mazda Proteges and 1990-1994 Mazda 323s, but only if indicated by either a malfuntioning driver- or passenger-side passive shoulder belt.
Yes They are all dependable fun to drive and have great performance compared to other models in their class. The late model Mazda 2 Mazda 3 and Mazda MX5 Miata's are all above average in reliabilty now.The Protege had rock solid reliabilty. RX7 was average in reliabiity. But none were below average in reliabilty that I know of.
You can get 15 miles per gallon in city, 24 miles per gallon on the highway for 2009 model. On average, the Cadillac XLR will range from 20-30 miles per gallon. However, many things depend on the actual gas mileage. Road conditions, traffic, and speed limit will affect how many miles one gets from a gallon of gas.
Every minivan is different. I would have to know the exact model and make of the minivan in order to give you an accurate gas mileage estimate. However, most have at least a 20 gallon tank.