Question about 1994 Mazda 323
You'd need to track down a wiring diagram to be certain, but usually the power feed for the coil comes direct from the ignition switch contacts. If you take the steering column shrouds off and measure the resistance across the switch contacts that supply the coil, there should be very little resistance there. If there is more than a few ohms it's best to replace the ignition switch. Also check the power supply to the switch and compare with power out, if it drops a lot, then the switch is at fault (might be easier to do this than measure resistance).
Hope this helps, Mark
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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