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It won't start but all the interior lights and a/c, heater,power window all come on/work when you try to,start it. Absolutely nothing from trying to turn it over... Checked battery cables they are fine and tightened
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try spraying starting fluid in to the intake or a shot of gas (better) it should start. i just went through this last week . fuel pump probaly isnt giving the full 60 psi for cold start.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Since it is only happening on the drivers side door to multiple switches and lights on that door only, I think the problem is the wiring harness as it enters the drivers door by the door hinges.
Posted on May 30, 2009
I had this same problem but no sunroof on mine. there is a bundle of wires that goes into the door and if the power wire breaks and the power window lockout was pushed when it happens no windows work and the dome lights stay on on mine it happened on the drivers side it was an easy fix i took the door panel off and unpluged the harnes and pulled it through the inside of the jeep and spliced the wire back together and it has been working since.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
Same issue I'm having. I isolated it down to the wires that connect to the starter. The wires that come off the relay to the starter seem to have a short. If I "Jiggle the wires while having someone turn the key it will start.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
SOURCE: My 2002 Mazda Protege was
Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly
You have a fuse link/ Fuseable link) in the wiring from the battery to the fuse box that has probably failed. Go to any auto parts supply Napa, Auto Zone ect that has computerized parts break downs of your vehicle and ask them to show you where the fuse link is located. It will be inside the black plastic conduit material of the chassis electrical harness. Some Vehicles have more than one Fuseable Link. Make sure to ask when you check at the auto parts source if there is more than one and ask for the location of that one also. Most auto parts stores will show you the computer monitor with the location diagram of the Fuseable link.
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Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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