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Mazda 323 stops every now and again wont start leave for hour starts ok does this every now month or so suspect crank censor year 2000

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This vehicle is the same as ford in regards to wiring and computer software but only on US models us in europe have to put up with encrypted software and manufacturers pins in the OBD II connector.When it doesnt start pull a plug lead off and stick an old plug in to see if any spark,no spark change sensor ...spark and no start then sticky fuel pump.if both working and no start then engine immobiliser could be at fault try the spare key eliminate all posibilities

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