I would be able to restart after a wait of about 5 mins. Ignition was firing when it would quit. After it would stall, I could hear the fuel injectors resetting with a clicking noises coming from them.
The check engine and the red door/key lights would lilluminate when stalled. Yet, it would still leave no codes. After waiting and getting a restart, if the red light along with check eng. Would remain off, the idle would be reliable and steady allowing me to take off and drive for a short way (1 mile). It seems that the warmer the day and the more I stop and go, the more likely it is to die.
Driving at higher speeds (40mph +) seemed to give me more driving time before stalling. I do not know how to check for fuel flow. The checking we performed earlier (codes, etc.) Were done at a Mazda specialty shop (not dealer) he fixed all my vacuum leaks but failed to resolve my problem.
Sunday, April 4th, 2010 AT 9:07 AM