My indicator fuse has blown a few times over the last few days. I had to change the fuse again today but it has made both the indicators go at the same time. Is there anything else I can check to fix the problem?
In 4th gear the clutch grinds only at high rpm and all the other gears shift great the gearbox is also making a little bit of noise. I had the transmission looked at and its fine. Do I need to add trans fluid or clutch fluid?
Only add fluid if it is low. It would be helpful to know the year of your Mazda RX8. If the fluid is red, use ATF if it is clear, use gear oil. Manual gear box holds 3.6 quatrs.
When trying to get the car inspected was told the diagnostic plug in was not working. They were using a machine that powered off of my battery. I was told to go somewhere that the diagnostic machine had it’s own battery. Is this possible? This was in Austin, Texas
Most likely your ROOM Fuse (15amp) is blown. This would make the diagnostic plug unable to read it. They may also have a bad machine and had nothing to do with your vehicle or your vehicles Data Link Connector. Some auto repair shops just don’t spend the money on good equipment and have to refer you to another shop that has better equipment.
2007 Mazda 6 Computer Data Link (Diagnostic Plug)Wiring Diagram
While on break I started my car to listen to the radio and keep warm. After 10 minutes, it cut off. I checked the fuel pump to see that it is working. I check the spark plugs and found no electricity was flowing. I cleaned under the distributor cap and replaced the rotor. Still it won’t start.
Check your fuses and the main relay. Then check the condenser. Check coil and then the Crank sensor and camshaft sensor. Then the PCM. Use the wiring diagrams below to help trace the issue.
I have a 2006 Mazda 6 V6. The car will not crank. New Battery, Starter is good, as well as the alternator. When I try and start the car, there is no click to the starter/solenoid at all. I thought it might be the starter relay but those are fine as well, as they work in other spots. When I try and start the car with the lights on, the headlights do not dim. What could the issue be?
Could be a wiring issue. Could be one of the two starter relays, yes there are two. Could be the 15 amp meter fuse or one of the two key fuses or the main 120 amp fuse.
Confirm you have battery negative at the starter assembly
Check for battery positive at the “S” terminal on the starter while someone holds the ignition key in the “START” position
If both battery positive and negative are found, replace the starter
If battery positive or negative are not found, check fuses and relays and then the wiring itself
2006 Mazda 6 3.0 V6 Starting system wiring diagram
I need to replace the electrical-switch & relay door jamb switch. Where is it located under hood. the problem I’m having is the door ajar light will not turn off. something is draining my battery.
The switch in an internal component of the door latch assembly(4). It is mounted inside the door.
Door Latch Removal
Position door glass in the up position.
Remove front door trim panel (23942) and windshield.
Unbolt the window regulator support bar from the door, and slide the bar out of the way to gain access to the doorlatch.
Check all hardware connections to front doorlatch (21812) and inside door handle and service as necessary.
Remove upper end of front door key cylinder rod from key cylinder lever.
Open retainer attaching outside door handle control rod to front latch.
Disconnect electrical connector for door ajar switch (attached to latch).
Disconnect electrical connector for the adjunct power doorlatch actuator (if equipped).
Remove three screws attaching front latch to front door.
Remove front doorlatch (with pushbutton rod and key cylinder rod attached) from front door cavity.
Remove cable windshield and cable from latch.
To remove door ajar switch, use a flat-blade screwdriver to gently pry apart inner latch casing while twistingdoor ajar switch clockwise (for RH latch) or counterclockwise (for LH doorlatch) until switch releases. Remove door ajar switch.
To remove adjunct doorlatch actuator, release retaining tab on actuator and slide actuator off latch.
Transfer components to new doorlatch as necessary.