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2001 Mazda 626 sounds like it is going to turn over but jsut keeps cranking. Battery is fine. It did this one day and then I put a little bit of gas in it. It started a little while after that. Next day, it started fine and the day after that. The next day, it did the same thing. We towed it to the shop because it would not start again. It started for the shop. He has it connected to a computer and is not finding anything wrong with it. He thinks it might be 'the computer that talks to the engine' An expensive repair! Does that sound correct to you

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  • cwynacon Nov 19, 2009

    It is at the shop tonight. They are leaving it on the computer to find out if anything shows. I saw a post eslewhere about what sounds like the same issue. They said that it could be the fuel line. Does that sound correct? I just would like to be somewhat prepared when they tell me what they think tomorrow.

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    Thank you

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Yes if your not pulling codes and everything you said is correct it sounds like a computer problem. I just helped a guy with a very similar problem on Fixya and it was his computer. he installed a used one and everything was fine. I know you can by them refurbished. Best of luck.

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    Roger Campbell Nov 19, 2009

    Well if there is a god it would be the fuel line. It very well could be. But I would question why you didnt get a code.....times are hard and I know I would hate to spend a large amont on a car repair. Hope it works out for you.

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Hi,

Not much we can do as the computer is saying every thing is fine. Even though please try the bellow before going for the expensive test.

Leavet the plugs out of the head over night and sit them on a vent to dry out, and to let the chambers air out.Next try to start it. Also check with a new battery as its known that in Mazda 626 the battery lasts as long as 4 yrs .

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