Question about 1998 Mazda 626
There are several fuses that would do it.
Your owners manual should show you where the fuses are and which slots are not used.
If all of the lights work but the engine does not start, the ignition or fuel pump fuse would be my first choice. But remember someone would have to be able to get under the locked hood to pull them.
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get a phillipshead un do about 4 screws from underneath plastic cover which hides steering colume. remove cover you will see white plug on the left hand side of ignition barrel disconect.then right hand side there will be acable disconect.now get a small chissel and anti clockwise tap bolts which have no heads on them that are on top of steering colume when they are alittle bit lose use plyers its easier pull bolts out clamp will then come of and then you can pull whole ignition of. now there is 2 brass pins which hold barrel in ignition up near the key end remove and barrel will come out but it might be easier to take whole ignition to locksmith and get them to do it and get new key for around 30 bucks i did a mates about couple months ago seeya orangepeel.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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