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Mazda won't start

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02-14-03, 11:11 AM   #1  
Mazda won't start


I have a 93 mazda and it decided to quit on me this morning...it just won't start but I have power everywhere, my alarm works and everything...I just can get it to start. Is this due to the cold weather? Could my gas be frozen since I haven't be using my car for a week? But still have 1/2 a tank of gas in my car. My car is definitely not due for a tune-up. Could it be the battery? Should I have it jumped?

Also, I have a box of dry gas at home that was from couple years ago, could I still use them? there's no expiration date on them, are they still usable?

Thank you very much for your time.


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02-14-03, 11:26 AM   #2  
Start by checking the posts and links below in my signature file, most notably "The Basics". Tell us what you find.

The drygas is probably Ok, but on the whole, you do not need to add any additives if you use good quality fuel and keep your fuel system clean.

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