How to turn on a mechanic car


Asked by Apr 25, 2015 at 06:46 PM about the 1998 Mazda B-Series Pickup 2 Dr B3000 SE Extended Cab SB

Question type: General

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The key is the usual way.

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The battery is dead

Forgive me but WHAT is a mechanic car?


Recharge the battery then have it tested, if it fails replace it, if it passes then see if it will crank the engine, if it starts then check the charging system for proper operation, if it fails replace the alternator, then do a circuit draw test just make sure there are no battery draws with everything turned off.

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FordNut I think they mean a mechanics special.

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we chage the alternador this morning.


┬┐When you push the car to turn it on in what gear does it have to be on ?


2nd works the best, but don't use the alternator to charge a dead battery, doing so will burn up the new alternator and if they test it to find out why it quit it will show an overcharge they will not honor the warranty.

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