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Mazda 626 - engine do not start

I have a Mazda 626, 2000 cmc, from 1984.
I can't start the engine. The voltage of 12V which must be on the alternator when the contact is ON is not there. The fuses are ok.
Probably there is a relay between, which stops the voltage to be on alternator, but I don't have the technical book.
Please help me with some advice.
Thank you.

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Have you tried jumping the engine directly? It wont fix your problem permanently but might get the car started and give you a better idea of what is wrong. connect the negative cable to the engine block and the positive to the battery, good luck hope this helps

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