My 95 mazda millenia is a 2.5 v6, and i wont start, when you turn the key all you can hear is the electrical, doesn't even turn over. so i replaced the starter and charged my battery and it still does the exact same thing.
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the first thing to do is to remove the wires your sister conected, tape them seperately, these wires are power and ground wires and power the light in the visor mirror , they can not touch, so make sure they are apart and not touching any metal surface, tape them, one at a time.
there must be a blown fuse, did you check all the fuse boxes? there is one inside and one under the hood. start with this .
every once in awhile my mazda will turn iver but wont start.. thier is no reading so my mechanic doesnt know..he said thier was no spark, and then all of a sudden it started he cant get a reading on it..this has happened to me 3 different times it will run for 3 days and then the next time it wont? is thier a sensor? that last 2 times i was driving in slusshy snow and the other day thier was alot of fog..so does it have to do with something getting too much moisture? how can i figure out what the problem is without spending alot of money?
i you remove the valve cover if you move the rocker and some got more play then others they need to be removed first run the engine and try to hear were the noise come from let say you hear noise on the driver side so our problem is in those lifter good luck pierre
Check the fuel pump. Do you hear it kick on for about 2 seconds when you turn the ignition key foward (but do not start engine)?
Remove fuel line from inlet to throttle body. Have someone turn key while holdinga rag over the hose end. If fuel comes out, it another problem- perhaps a loose wire, or a bad computer board (they go bad sometimes after car was in an accident).
If I am understanding you correctly you are saying that the starter turns sometimes and the engine does not, if this is the case the problem is the startr drive inside of the starter. If you are mechanically inclined this is alot cheaper to repair then replacing the starter. Good luck and remember to rate all the solutions you get, thanx.