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2002 Mazda 323 / Familia / Protege Anti-Lock Braking System

A Brief Story About Anti-Lock Braking System In 1903, Frenchman Paul Hallot applied for a patent for a brake force regulator for railway vehicles. In 1928, Karl Wessel received a patent (No. 492799) for a brake force regulator for motor vehicles. In 1940 Fritz Ostwald proposed an electromechanical brake controller, which was tried and tested in the experiment. The first use of an anti-lock braking system was tested in the US by Bendix in the aviation industry, so that the aircraft remained on Read more […]

2002 Mazda Familia | Protege 5 | GLC Electrical Wiring Diagram

The following electrical wiring diagram apply for 2002 Mazda Protege 5. Herein you will find detail specification, illustration and description about electrical system of Mazda Protege 5 which covers wiring color code, ground point, electrical wiring schematic, engine related system (charging, starting, engine control system/ECU), chassis related system (EC-AT control system, sport AT control system), instrument cluster, body-related system (includes rear window defroster.

Mazda Familia Protégé Parts and Electrical System Diagram

Mazda Protege which is popular with Mazda Familia is a long-running nameplate used by Mazda for their small family cars or compact cars manufactured between 1964 and 2003. The Familia was marketed under various names, including 1000, 1200, and 1300, 800, 808, and 818, Mazda 323. In North America, the names Mazda GLC and then Mazda Protégé were used. In South Africa, it was known as the Etude. The following article is about Mazda Protégé’s parts diagram for the  1999 – 2003 models. Here Read more […]