1987 MAZDA B2200 NO POWER CAN'T START....I FIXED IT TODAY

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  • 1987 Mazda b2200

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1987 Mazda b2200 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Manual 110000 miles

I fixed the problem by replacing the 80a main switch rellay or fuse in the ingine compartment.

I left my lights on and the battery drained so I charged it and now I have head lights rear lights emergency lights and dome light and door buzzer. I don't have radio heater fan no lights on dash and no signal lights. Can't start don't even hear the starter click. Can that be a fuse and which one. I checked the fuses and could not see anything wrong. Can it be a fuse in the main box under the hood?

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Monday, July 7th, 2008 AT 11:44 PM

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Main fuse block is located in engine compartment and contains high AMPS fuses protect multiple circuits.
Also you have a fuse box located near driver's left knee and accessible through a removable cover, contains fuses for individual circuits.
You can use a test light and volts meter to check the fuses
if all fuses check OK I would suspect a wire and or ignition switch
good luck

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