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I have not worked on your model of Mazda, but I would guess that you have a hydraulic clutch and that you have lost prime. You need to look at either the clutch master cylinder or the slave cylinder for signs of leakage. Also make sure that the master cylinder is full of fluid. If you do not find signs of leakage, you might have one or the other bypassing internally.

Mazda Cars &... | Answered 14 hours ago


What type of vehicle are we working on?

Cars & Trucks | Answered 14 hours ago


If your engine jumped time and is an interference engine, that means that if the valve is open when the piston comes to the top of its stroke, it will hit and bend the valve. Your best bet is to do a compression check on each cylinder. If you have low compression on any of them, you will need to have the head removed and have a machine shop install new valves and surface or replace the valve seats.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 14 hours ago


Make sure that the wires are in the right place and not on the wrong plugs

Cars & Trucks | Answered 14 hours ago


Yes there is try link You should have used are not is. Are indicates multiple (more than one) is refers to singular meaning only one.
Try this link:
https://www.carid.com/2009-pontiac-g3-timing-belts/

Pontiac Cars &... | Answered 14 hours ago


First, check the plug end test/reset. Plug in the cord to an outlet and press the TEST button. You may, or may not hear a 'click'. Press the RESET button, and it should hold itself in the down position. If that happens, then things are ok there. If not, the overload protection is not working and would need to be replaced.

Second, did you use a pump flush/lube? When the pump is used, it creates a lot of heat. When that happens, water carries away the lubrication, moving parts can gall, the seals dry, and the motor can't overcome the drag at start. This could 'pop' the GFI on the electrical plug on your machine. Letting the machine sit allows the heat buildup to evaporate the water in the pump, and scale forms, especially if you use almost any kind of soap or detergent. Don't use soap/detergent with any of the high pressure nozzles, always use the low pressure attachment. Flush the pump, then use the high pressure attachment.

One more thing, check the pressure hoses going to the pressure switch, and the switch itself. When you release the trigger on your handle grip, the motor shuts off with the pressure buildup. If it will not open again, the diaphragm switch could be stuck.

I hope this helps you, and much luck to you.

Rich


Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago


Here is a previous post talking about p0234.

http://www.fixya.com/tags/saab_p0234

Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVIfQwhliCE

This is for a newer model but should give you an idea of what to do.

Dodge Durango... | Answered 15 hours ago


on what we ask??

Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago


If the lamps and bulbs are ok I would initially suspect the hazard warning light switch, then the indicator switch, the multiway connectors and then the wiring.
There is generally only one fuse for the indicators and as one side is working it can be assumed power is reaching the indicator circuit.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 16 hours ago


There's a good chance it's the ignition switch. Before replacing get some electronics cleaner. It comes in a spray can. Spray the key, insert, and turn it back and forth. Do this numerous times. You can also spray a couple quick squirts in the ignition. Be sure to hold a rag over the can while doing so to prevent spray back. You don't want to get it in your eyes or even on your skin so wear ppe. Before starting your car let it dry for 10 minutes or so.

If this doesn't work I would replace the ignition switch.

Hope this helps.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 16 hours ago

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