Question about 2001 Mazda MPV
From my research it sounds like it could be 3 different things 1 being that the cars over charging the voltage regulator 2 being the alternator and 3 being the coil or a gauge something? correct me if im wrong but i do believe you can test the alterntor by first eliminating that its not the battery meaning its fully charged etc once the battery is connected start the car and while its running you pull the negative cable off resulting in the car stays running meaning alternator is good or that it dyes meaning alternator no good cant you turn your key on off repeating a ertain number of times and then when turn key on counting the number of dings inwhich the number of dings equals number that allows you to look up error code and discription the engine error code would be verification so what kind of test can be done to test the coil or voltage regulartor
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the handle might of broke internally, theres a rod and a clip that gets attached to the handle. i would take the door panel off and visual look at the latch mechanism and the rod that goes from that to the outside handle
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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