Question about 1995 Mazda Protege
The car run fine however when replacing the battery it was put in reverse polarity and blew main fuse. We replaced this and it seemed fine for a few days. Today the car stopped running while driving and when I pushed down on the individual fuses I got power temporarily, but not long enough to move car. I'm not sure where to start looking next. I am pretty sure its around the fuse box and since the battery had been installed backwards, is there any place I can check for damage first to avoid Easter egging the electrical systems?
I would say you have toasted your main fuse board and the only true fix is to replace it GOOD LUCK
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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