1995 Mazda MPV Q&A
1995 Mazda MPV Question: will not start
My 1995 Mazda MPV van, 3.0L w/ac and automatic transmission was running kind of rough. I decided to cange the fuel filter and after I did this the van would not turn over. I can hear a clicking sound going to the relay, thats all. There are two wires that go to the starter, one is from the battery and this has 12v going to the starter, the other wire is from the ignition area and there is no voltage coming from it at all. People were telling me about a reset switch but I was unable to locate one. I need advice...Please email@example.com - dwlj_dj
There's no reset switch in your MPV. It sounds like you lost your battery or battery connection, or that the starter's failng. Is there 11+ volts on the battery positive terminal when you turn the ign to Start? Should be if the battery's good. Put a voltmeter on the smaller wire and hit Start to check the Start signal, should see 11+ volts, and put a meter on the big cable at the starter and hit Start snd see if there's 11+ volts when you do. If the voltage falls to nothing, suspect the battery. If the starter clicks and the battery voltage is good at that time, you probably have a bad starter. - Superbob
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