Timing guide -- you mean the timing chain tensioner/guide? Well that's a first from what I've heard of on these engines but there's always a first for everything... that'll do it though.
Usually when timing chains and components in the path go they give you plenty of warning first (and some nasty-sounding noises), but not always. That's one advantage you USUALLY have over a belt, which typically fails with zero warning (thus the requirement to do them on-interval.) I've seen several oil pump drive chain tensioner failures over the years but most of those are on engines well beyond 200k miles, but it's not something that is usually much of a concern in the timing path.
Glad you got a diag on what caused it -- sounds like a random bad part thing and likely nothing you could have done about it.
Anyone know this or have any accurate estimation? I am getting a tune later this year, but I was really curious if anyone already tuned has information on this.
The stock 0-60 ranges from 7.2-7.6 (from what I've seen)
I have a 2015 Mazda 6 sport auto with fog lights. They only come on when the headlights are on. How do I make the fog lights come on by themselfs withouts the headlights on?
I am assuming wiring will involved? If there a way to do it without cutting any wires that would be great? If not then...