Question about Mazda B2600
Sounds like either a faulty fuel pump relay or a faulty fuel pump, when you sit in the track after having it sit overnight, make sure everything is turned OFF.....QUIET..... now turn on the key....do you hear the pump/relay....if no I would suggest to first check the fuse for the pump(usually a red 10 amp.) If fuse is OK I would recommend both the pump and relay be changed as a pair as they both have the same wear and tear factors on them.
If you hear the pump/relay then I would look towards contamination of fuel, possible clogged gas filter etc.
Hope this works!!
When testing(analysing) the fuel drain some off into a clear glass jar, make sure it is perfectly clean and look at the fuel for signs of debris or water droplets.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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