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Battery was connected to car wrong crosswired,

2 litre manual, i acc connected the wire wrong on my car today, did not try to start, reversed wires, now wont start, all works except for horn....is there protection againts power surges of electrical on mazda's

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Try checking the fuses even the ones on the inside

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Hi,I would check the fusible links at the battery positive terminal.They look like normal wires but can burn out and leave the insulation intact.Try to stretch them,you will find the dead one.

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IF THE CONECTOR ON THE END IS THE SAME THEN IT WILL WORK AND THE COLORS DO NOT MATTER. YOU HAVE TO MAKE SURE THAT THE CONECTORS ON THE END ARE THE SAME THE AFTERMARKET SUPPLIER DOES NOT USE THE SAME COLORS AS THE FACTORY. A LOT OF TIMES THAT IS HOW WE KNOW WHEN AN AFTERMARKET PART IS USE.

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