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2002 Protege econo/power switch

jamesbond99jamesbond99 Posts: 2
edited July 2015 in Mazda
Could a ABS fuse removed cause my econo/power SW inoperative?

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  • thecardoc3thecardoc3 Posts: 5,091
    Did you ask this same question here? http://www.justanswer.com/mazda/95wvr-abs-fuse-mazda-protege-automatic-2002-removed.html

    It turns out that isn't an easy question to answer. One way to find out for sure would be to install the ABS fuse and see what happens. After looking at a number of system schematics identifying which system that switch connects to isn't readily apparent. If the Mazda IDS scan tool was used then the switch data could be found in the data stream and that would work to identify the system it connects to. Why it is missing in Mitchell schematics is one of those little headaches that techs sometimes have to work around. To get that information it might be necessary to pay for a short term subscription to Mazda's factory service information.

    http://www.mazdaserviceinfo.com/
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