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What do you if your 1990 Mazda 626 would not start and you were told to pull the main fuse out but when you tried it broke off what do you do?


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2005-08-09 04:59:35
2005-08-09 04:59:35

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.

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Because, strangely, you need gas to start a car.

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Only if it was broke in half and that is very doubtful.


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