How Does a Mazda Rotary Engine Work?

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A Mazda rotary engine is an internal combustion engine just like most engines. But unlike most engines, the rotary engine has the four main jobs of intake, combustion, compression and exhaust taking part in different dedicated cylinders with the piston continually moving from one cylinder to another.
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1. Attach an engine code reader to the Mazda's diagnostic port to quickly identify any faulty components. 2. Tune up the vehicle by installing new filters (oil ...
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