Question about 1983 Mazda 626
It sounds like either the starter or ignition switch is bad. The easiest way to check which is at fault is to look at the dash lights when you go to crank it over. If when you crank it over the dash lights dim slightly, then that tells you that it is probably not your ignition switch. I would then look towards the starter being the problem. Possibly just a wire loose or off. If when you crank it over the dash lights do not dim slightly, then it is probably your ignition switch. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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