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Truck won't start.

I have a 2002 Mazda B 2300 pickup. Standard transmissioin with 60K miles. I shut the engin off. When I tried to restart it there was no response. dash lights came on, seat belt buzzer sounded but not even a click. I have a new battry and have checked all the fuzes in the dash fuze box. Any help would be apprieated. Lee

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  • Leetown Jun 10, 2008

    Thanks for your time and knowledge. I am running again.

  • Marty marty May 11, 2010

    check your clutch pedal position switch. the truck will not start without clutch pushed in. you are pushing it in, but switch needs attention.

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Check your starter selenoid by jump the battery side of the terminal to the small post next to the battery side. It should send the signal to the starter and rotate the engine. If it doesn't your selenoid is bad. You can bench test your starter by removing it and using jumper cables. Connect the battery post on the starter to the red side of the cables and the black to the starter housing at the bolt hole. The go to the positive and negative of the battery. Starter should rotate, if not, replace it. I usually replace the selenoid and starter together.

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