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No spark or ignition, fuel ok - 1990 Mazda 626

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  • bimbiedoll Oct 09, 2008

    no park from the ignitionn coil. changed plug wire coil and cant find an ignition fuse

  • ruiter Oct 18, 2008

    Have same problem. Cut out while driving. Checked timing belt, spark plugs, fuel pump, immobiliser. No spark alas. Any help out there please?

  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    1995 mazda 626 4 cyl. no spark changed computer plugs wires cap rotor still no spark



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Check tachometer for short. Yellow and blue wire from tach.

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  • Csaba Cserepes Dec 21, 2011

    Disconnect wire harness going to the power steering control unit located under driver seat. It's part of the ignition circuit and it could cause no spark condition if it's shorted.




Check the timing belt, if its ok, then check distributor

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