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My mazda mx5 wont start

Fitted new battery but there is no power to the ignition etc is there a fuse or relay i need to locate ?

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There is a big see thru fuse that is 80v or 100v change it and car should start witout any problem,and check all your cables if tight in all places and clean.if my info was of any help to you please leave a comment,note,vote.thankyou

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If there is no power to the ignition the engine fuse is open. check all fuses in the fusebox normally located under the left dashboard. also check the fusebox beside the engine near the battery.

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