Question about 1997 Mazda B-Series
My driving light don't work
The light switch is at fault or else you have a wiring issue..Check all fuses because some vehicles have Seperate fuses for certain seperate lights?..The light switch Is designed to work both running lights and headlights...Turn the switch halfway on and the running lights come on ...Then turn it all the way on and all lights work...If all fuses are good it should be a faulty light switch...
Posted on Feb 06, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It can be as simple as the funny belt tensioner on the alternator!
I hope you got a simple volt meter to check the voltage.
12.8-13.6V is a health battery.
Get someone to help you to put tension on alt. belt.
If it does not look good then change it.
Double check all belts.
The should not give over 1/2" I like to keep them 1/3" of less.
Tighten all connections.
Pull spark plug cap one at at time to check for corrosion.
The coil can cause a lot of problem.
Spend time to grounding and secure all coil boot.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
SOURCE: Mazda daytime running lights
THERE IS A FUSE MARKED DRM IN THE FUSE PANEL [MAY NEED THE OWNERS MANUAL TO LOCATE IT].CHECK IT FIRST.IF IT'S GOOD YOU PROBABLY NEED A NEW MODUAL.FUSE MAY BE MARKED AS DLM.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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