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Ignition wiring diagram mazda 323 130 sting - Mazda Cars & Trucks

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SOURCE: hi.i hv mazda sting.and i hv lost the car's

Go to the main dealer and take ur car details with u they will get a new key for u but it will b very expensive..because it has a chip in it

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