1994 Mazda B2300 Q&A
1994 Mazda B2300 Question: Engine is hard to start
Hi, there are couple possible causes. It could be crank sensor, cam sensor, ignition coil, ignition switch. All these components should be tested before starting replacing one by one. You would need a scan tool to see the data to find out more accurately which one is the cause. http://transartnc.com We do all electronic diagnostics free of charge if you decide to fix the car with us. - TRANSARTNC.COM
This should work. If I understand you correctly, Your telling me... if the vehicle sits longer than 5 min it doesn't want to restart? 1. Remove key and count to 10 slowly. 2. Turn the key forward until all the dash lights come on but don't crank it. Once the dash lights come on... Count to 3 Slowly. Then turn it farther and try to start it. Alternative method if the above does not work. 1.Remove key and count to 10 slowly. 2. Turn key all the way to "start" engine then "release" meaning let go of it. They key should spring back to the run position. Let go of the key immediately after the starter engages and starts to crank or spin the motor. 3. Repeat step 2. 4. Try to start engine. - mrcoggswell
i had the same problem with my 95 b2300. turn over the key and listen for the fuel pump. if it doesnt turn on then the fuel power relay is bad. i paid $6 for it at checker. now it starts and rruns fine - htr4life
If the engine cranks but does not start, it may be caused by a tripped inertia switch. Switch the key to "ON" and the fuel pump should be heard running for a second or two. Listen at the gas filler...
the starter turns the engine over, but it sounds like it's not getting any fuel. Sometimes it'll sputter like it wants to start and then dies. Under the hood there is a tag stating that "this vehi...