. I actually had that same thing on a Chrysler Fifth Ave. I took the car in to the dealer today and I was told that these parts are not covered. Everything back to normal - lucky me. October 5, 2005 the dealership told me to pick up the car that it was fixed. The vehicle was taken to a dealer. There must be a corporate solution from Mazda to me.
Crank for 4 seconds, pause for 2 seconds, repeat for about a minute 7. If this procedure above does not work, here is the technique a Mazda dealership will normally use to be performed at your own risk : 1. This is very dangerous and I'm surprised there is not a recall yet on it. Electric-assist power steering, randomly in the parking lot the wheel will turn all by itself, one way turns easier than the other, sometimes you have no power steering and other times your steering wheel turns like butter, I live in the mountains with a very windy and dangerous roads, I've taken it to several mechanics finally one mechanic just unplug the wiring harness so there is no power steering. Use jumper cables to connect to another car battery. Thats how I knew about air bag recall. Now, the company wants me to pay four thousand dollars for repairs when I been complaining about this same issue.
I will check the door wires. I pulled the main fuses under the hood. The failure mileage was 80,010. When a fuse blows, it does so to protect a circuit from overheating due to excessive current draw. The approximate failure mileage was 160,000.
They tell me they are waiting to see if they come up with a better solution to fix it. Took nine visits to our shop before I found it. The oil light now comes on at just 300miles into the last oil change. It would display the oil light after only about 1500-2000miles. Needless to say the car is back in for it's 10th visit to the Mazda dealership in cleveland. If you have courtesy lights on the doors, check for frayed wires between the door hinges.
No one knows what that noise is either. Tester said fuse was bad. I changed the oil religiously at about 3000 miles or less. I feels like half the power is gone. That is a lie, I always make sure to tighten it, and why would the engine light come on after the oil light everytime if it was human error.
Driven on a 78 degree day for 2 hour trip. It will however mean you won't pass emission testing if you live somewhere that tests for that like I do! Eventually Mazda approved that the intake manifold be replaced, which it was. I used to own an Acura and it came with a code to punch in if your radio ever shut down. The check engine light has stayed off since that replacement about 3-months , but other problems have arisen. When I took car to be fixed the tech told me it didn't cover my seat. Last month I bought an advertised device, car md, to help diagnose the problem and it indicates there's an electronic sensor issue, which Mazda choose not to admit. In addition they have known about it for a long time.
If your car does flood, you can first try depressing the accelerator completely and holding it which shuts off the fuel pump and then crank the motor for about 10 seconds not longer or you may damage your starter. I feels like half the power is gone. If your vehicle is out of bumper-to-bumper warranty, check if the emissions warranty is still valid! I am not able to drive it to and from the store now because I am worried it will not start back up. I have to play with the knob for a bit to make it cool, and still even then it does not work. Does this only when driving. The engine was completely replaced. I went and picked up the car and started home in the car the car quit running on the interstate at 70 miles per hour and myself and two children were almost hit by two big trucks.
The needles in the dials on the dash bounce wildly back and forth while a clicking sound is coming from the fuse box in the engine. The most re-called car I've ever known of. Put the relese bolt back in. Once I put it back in and hooked everything back correctly, it would not work. Witch is an obvious manafaturing problem.