Question about 1985 Mazda GLC
1. Check Battery condition.
2. Check ignition coil
3. Check alternator
All three could be checked by using Multimeter.
My best bet is that the ignition coil has failed and you need to replace the same.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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