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Offline Ricky

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P1336 had enough
« on: June 30, 2019, 08:21:03 pm »
Am now really thinking of getting rid of car . Had new timing chain fitted in September done 10.000 miles since . Oil change every 5000 now for light flashing again with fault p1336 which could be a chain fault again . Can't speak to garage till Monday morning see what they say. Any advice please

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Re: P1336 had enough
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2019, 02:57:31 pm »

Crankshaft position sensor?

The way these cars eat chains, and that Mazda keeps fitting the same part, may mean that the chain is where the problem emerges but the root is somewhere deeper.

If I remember well, there was somebody with two plus the original chain done within 50k or so.

When part exchange values and auction cars are around £500, it may be worthy keeping a collection and using them as parts cars.

Let's hope that you will not need another chain and it will be something simple.