Thanks for the suggestions. I'm assuming the plug wires are ok, since I last ran it 5 years ago. But even if 1 or 2 of them are bad, it still should have tried to start. The battery needs to be replaced but when attempting to start it, I have it jumped with another running car along with a heavy duty 200 amp starter battery charger. It cranks very fast!
I found a Mazda rotary engine specialist in my area and met with him this afternoon. He seemed knowledgable when I asked him what fired the twin ignition coils, a sensor (I forget exactly what he said).
Anyways, I'm going to have the car towed there and hopefully he can diagnose it quickly without charging an arm & a leg?
I'll post the findings, so everyone can benefit from this experience.
Also I want to Thank YOU Jeff for being very helpful and volunteering your suggestions. I wish I could someone like you work on my RX-7 !
Wednesday, May 28th, 2008 AT 3:28 AM