Question about 1987 Mazda 626 4 Door
You need to check all related fuses and relays. Your car is old enough for me to be comfortable saying that should be the problem. Fuses can be checked fairly easily, your fuse box should say which fuses are which. Though I've had cars where the instructions were long gone. In that case, I'd by a Haynes manual; they're handy anyway. Once you've found the correct fuses, check to see if they are blown. The piece of metal that runs through them should be solid; if it is broken or the plastic has a smokey appearance it is probably blown and needs to be replaced. If that is not the problem, use the Haynes manual to locate the relays. These are harder to check since they aren't like fuses, you cant look at them and tell. You can check their supply to see if they are getting power. If it is, then it is probably bad and in need of replacement.
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