Disconnect the battery cables for safety, then Use a pair of needle nose pliers and remove any left over pieces, then relace the fuse with the correct rating. Of course, disconnect the battery cable first, but make certain that the fuse is or is not bolted in on the sides as the 80 main fusible link, usually is.
My '96 Mazda 626 broke its harmonic balancer. With it broken, it would start and run fine. I replaced the balancer and belts and tried to start it. After much cranking, it started but died and wouldn't start again. My scanner indicated code P1345 "Manufacturer controlled ignition system or misfire." It also had a code P0302 "Cylinder 2 misfire." That tells us what the code means, but what does it really mean? Where does the problem lie? Help would be appreciated. Thanks.
because your car is broke
Because, strangely, you need gas to start a car.
1996 Honda prelude i turned it on this evening suddenly i tried to drive it it turned off and i couldn't start it on i charged my battery put it back on my car tried to turn it back on it sounded like it wanted to start but it wouldn't start then we tried to push it to start it and it wouldn't start it seemed like if the tires would lock them self when i tried to start it?
Only if it was broke in half and that is very doubtful.
u might have broke something the actual ignition lock cylinder, that would be my guess from the sounds of it.
With this symptom, if you tried to jump start the car it would start. The answer was a corroded Black/Cable going to the Negative terminal of the Battery.
If the digestive system broke down, the muscular system would no longer receive nutrients. It would start to break down as well. The body would weaken, and tasks would become more difficult.
plenty of things could be a starter, alternator, ignition switch, bad spark...
3.5 0r 3.7 qts i would start with 3.5
check pcv valve
The best place to look for information regarding the 2008 Mazda 6 would be from a Mazda dealer. If you would rather look on the web, the Mazda website would give you the best information.
i was told by a technician that you turn the cilynder itself, and it would go back in... i tried this myself, and can still not get it to go in.. aynone heard about this?
The same as if you were arrested for any crime. You would be tried to determine if you broke the law, and if you did, what the proper punishment would be. "Gun charges" is a very vague term- punishment would depend on the crime.
You moved the distributor too far either way is why it will not start.
No they didn't, he actually broke his leg and had to transfer to ucla because he would not start
From your description I would say you could rule out the battery but not the alternator (the part that charges the battery) but it's most likely the starter
It would depend on which Mazda. Probes were made by Mazda, and used the same engines as the 626, MX-6, and some Millenias.
I have never heard of a cam belt. I have a 2000 Kia Sportage and the timing belt went out while I was driving. The engine stopped running,and I tried to start it back and it would not start. The engine would turn over and over but would not start. Found out after a four hundred dollar fuel pump it was a broke timing belt. these engines are contact / so when a timing belt breakes you ben the valves resulting in no compresion so the engine will not start until you replace all the valves and belt with setting up the timing
For the stock XP Iridium spark plugs the gapping is .051, I would suggest not changing the stock spark plugs until your warranty has expired. Mazda tried giving me crap for changing mine.
Where would the knock sensor be located on a 2004 mazda 6?
if the water pump is broke, you wont be driving for very long. probably about 15 miles, depending on how warm it is. then the engine will lock up forever. if the thermostat is broke, and it is closed, then the coolant wont circulate, and it will go a bit farther before it locks up. if the stat is broke open, then it will run, but it will run rich for a long time.