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Under the left side of your back seat is a fuse / relay box . When you first turn the key on the fuel pump relay turns on for a few seconds to prime the fuel system . That relay is in that fuse / relay box ,that is what your hearing . Does the vehicle start an run good , no problems other then the buzzing sound .The vehicle battery is also under the rear seat on the right side . How To Locate and disconnect Battery Buick Lesabre Pontiac Bonneville 00...
Turn the key to the on position and listen for a buzzing sound. If you do not hear one you have a bad fuel pump. If you do hear the buzz, Replace the fuel filter. If it is clogged it could starve the engine for fuel which would obviously kill the motor.
The above is a good explanation of accessing the mirror but to answer your question directly, yes, they will fit. All the 90-97 mirrors are interchangeable with the exception of installing later power mirrors onto a 90-91 Miata where it wasn't a factory option. They will mount up fine but do require enlarging the center hole where the wires need to run.
Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. When you first turn the key, you should be able to hear the fuel pump kick on. You should hear a buzzing sound for a second or two. It may be the fuel pump, clogged filter, bad injectors, fuel pump fuse, relay, or reset, if equipped. It could be in the ignitions. Let me know if the pump is kicking on and we will take it from there. If it is not, check to see if it is the fuel pump fuse or relay. I am not sure which ones you have. It should be marked in the fuse box though.
Sound like your fuel pump quit working. That is what makes the buzzing sound from the back. Sometime if you have someone that can help you you can bang on the gas tank while turning it over to get it started to get it home.
sounds like the immobiliser is stuck on ring Mazda up and they will tell you how to reset it you have to turn the key put foot on pedal press a button on stalk and turn key off .ring Mazda and find out off them and this should solve ya prob .hope Ive bin a help Steve