Question about 1994 Mazda MPV
Take the battery somewhere to have it tested AFTER you do this:
Use jumper cables to try and start your car.
I had the same indications as you and it turned out my battery would not provide the amps (the real power in a battery) to start it.
If the car start when jumped, you need a new battery.
There is a difference between starting and turning over. The familiar whrrwhrr whrr of an engine trying to start means something all together different.
Turn off ALL accessories when starting during a jump (AC, Radio, DVD players, GPs cigarettelighter plugs, lights)
good luck and don't forget to vote!!!
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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