More than likely flooded. You need a helper with some of this
First thing to try. Remove the fuel pump and circuit relays (this will cut the fuel to the engine to help deflood it), next hook up a battery charger on high, then turn the key on and push the gas pedal to the floor once and release, then crank the engine for 10 sec apx. LET the starter cool for another 20 secs then repeat (remember than one pump of the gas pedal, this tells the PCM that the engine is flooded and not to overfuel the engine). Try doing this a few times (it might even try to start without the relays in. If so reinstall while its trying to start).
After you have tried cranking it a few times (apx 6 times or so). Re-install the relays, do the one pump, and cranks the motor. If it starts catching FLOOR IT and keep it above 3000rpm for a few mins. It will probabyl smoke really bad.
IF THIS DOESN'T WORK
take your spark plugs out(through the LF wheel well) and clean them off and dry them out. Next disconnect the CKP sensor and remove the fuel pump and circuit relay. Crank the engine with the plugs out (make sure the CKP is disconnected!)
After cranking it for a bit you will see no fuel mist coming from he spark plugs holes. At this point put your plugs back in OR even better put new plugs in.
Let me know how it goes
Cosmo. Mazda TEch
Sunday, January 28th, 2007 AT 11:00 AM