How do you change the main 120 amp fuse in a 1998 Mazda Millenia?
you should be able to find the fuse at your local pepboys. just buy it pop your hood and remove the fuse cover to the right of your engine compartment and there you will find the fuse usually the white, leftmost fuse ****WRONG INFO HERE****simply pop it out with a flathead s. driver or a fuse removal tool (supplied with fuse sometimes).***
****It's actually harder than that. Remove the fuse cover and it will be on the left, only fuse that says 120. You will need to take off four nuts (not bolts) that are facing up vertically. Then remove the yellow cables that are underneath that. The fuse box will be able to lift up. Turn it over as much as possible to look at the bottom side. The last and hardest step is to remove the bolts that are horizontally holding onto the 120 fuse. These are a pain to get to, one more so than the other. Just use a wrench since a socket wont fit in the tiny space! Then replace the fuse and replace the pesky screws and fuse cover.******
Press the "TCS" button by the shift lever, and notice any change in lights on the dash by the Tachometer/Speedometer. If no change after pressing the button, check the fuse for the TCS. If the fuse is good, you may need to check the TCS/ABS sensor cable hooked to the front wheels, inner and under, towards the rear of the front wheels. Frayed or disconnection with the TCS wire could be the culprit.
How can you get a picture to a fuse box located near driver side door on a 1998 Mazda b2500 se pickup?
I have a 97 Mazda millenia and its supposed to be located under the passengers side dash. I havent located it yet but I am going to look for it 2morrow and I will let you know what I find. On the driver's side near the fuse panel inside the car. The ECU is located near the passenger's side underneath the radio/CD player.
Had that same problem on a 96 Mazda Millenia, after checking alot of wiring for shorts, I went to the fuse box under the hood and pulled it apart checking the wiring underneath. Found problem with the BTN fuse wiring. So I pulled the BTN fuse and problem solved. Been trying to find out what exactly the BTN fuse is for but haven't had any luck. Hope this will help--Good Luck!