Question about Mazda Protege
Well, kinda. there are "fuseable links" and relays that power big chunks of the vehicle's electrical needs. no electricity NOwhere? if that's accurate I would focus on battery, cables, and especially connections. use jumper cables to bypass positive and negative cables to test. voltage (use test light) to starter? if you jump the switch wire on the solenoid to the positive post, the starter engages? If you have power between the engine and battery, SOMEthing should be able to come on, if you're sure you're to this point, then focus on fuseable links and relays. if you are a novice you will want to tackle stuff at this level, the smartest thing to do first is get a manual.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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