Question about 2000 Mazda MPV
I left my lights on, ran the battery down, and jumpd it off. I had the cable's on the wrong posts and it wouldn't start. When I realized it I switched them back. When I stopped at my next stop I noticed the remote for the door locks wouldn't work, the radio, and the dome lights also wouldn't work. I have had the computer switched and they still don't work. Is there a box that all these feed from? All the fuses are good and power to them.
Posted by Anonymous on
You have burned out the vehicle's controls modules, call your insurance company, they should cover this type of unfortunate mistake.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
thei are screws in the door hidden by caps that you need to take off the door and near the mirror shoud pop off
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
There definitely should be a fuse for your brake lights. It should be inside the car fuse box, but sometimes it'll be under the hood (very rare). There's also a switch above the brake pedal that turns your brake lights on. This switch may be faulty
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Usually the autodown feature needs to be reprogrammed. there are usually 2 ways of doing this. First, roll the window down and hold the switch down for a about 5 seconds and then roll the window up and hold for about 5 seconds. Repeat if it does work just to make sure. The other way is to hold the switch up for 5 seconds and try holding down the switch for 5 seconds.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
check the wiring from the headlight. You want to find the ground wire which is usually a black wire thats secured to some metal part of the car. Basically just check that all your wires are in tact and tightly secured. A bad ground is a very common electrical problem.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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