Question about 1999 Mazda 626
Same as above, 1999 626 2L. replaced starter with a rebuild. Solenoid still hung up. Rebuilder does not use a new solenoid " refurbishes" them. Advised to get a remote ice cube relay to place in the circuit, says it is a common problem with Volkswagen. Auto parts store sold me a Bosch WR1 @ $29.95. It worked just fine. 20 min install time.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
I would start with getting your battery checked. If your battery is good, there is an oldie but goodie way to check it. Lightly hit the starter with a hammer and if it starts then yes it is the starter and it needs replaced
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
No, it seems like your battery is low, charge your battery and try it again.
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