Question about Mazda Cars & Trucks
Tell me about the heat diesel system to start fire in cylinder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it could be that the theft system has something to do with it .it proably that the ignition system has a device in the module the locks the system up when the theft system has been activated you should have the dealer check the ignition system or the theft system check.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Could be the solenoid on the starter. Next time it doesn't start, hit the starter with a hammer or other hard object, then try to start it. If it starts, replace the starter before it leaves you stranded
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
The check engine light should be on--rent a scanner and read the code(s). Pursue all clues. 'Pumping the gas' has no effect on a fuel injected engine--only older ones with a carburetor. Sounds like the starter solenoid may be clicking, but the starter motor is not turning. First thing to check is (using a voltmeter or test light) to see if power appears at the starter motor terminal when the key is turned (you need an assistant). If no power appears, the heavy contacts inside the solenoid are bad. I built-up a badly eroded contact in '96 Dodge Caravan starter solenoid with silver solder (from a welding supply) and it worked great! Next, push all fuses and relays firmly into their respective sockets--Jeeps tend to shake things loose if taken afield. Clean the battery connections with a special (but not expensive battery cleaner wire brush). Apply anti-corrosion grease (from an auto parts house) to both terminal and posts. Wash your hands afterwords to prevent strange holes from appearing in your clothes. Make sure the battery is fully charged. If you need to fiddle with the ignition switch to get it to start, the switch may need to be replaced. They do wear out! This should get you going, but there may be other problems--stay tuned!
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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