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infinity311infinity311 Medford, oregonPosts: 1
edited April 2018 in Mazda
Okay, so I have a 2006 mazda mx5, 151,000 miles and the problem I've ran into is that I shifted fast and than heard a clunk under my seat. Engine light came on with a code for the knock sensor that unfortunately was intermittent. Replaced it and ever since it hasn't ran the same. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!

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  • Steve EliasSteve Elias Posts: 2,187
    Sounds like is the engine is what's running rough, and it's not a wheel or tire causing the vibration.

    that too-fast-shift may have caused timing belt or chain to skip over a gear tooth resulting in timing being way off. consider inspecting timing chain and timing gear for damage or looseness, and check and any pulleys/springs that keep it tight, make sure it's all in spec.
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