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How Does a Keyless Push-Button Ignition Work?
Push-button ignition system designs are highly technical and vary between manufacturers. Here, in a nutshell, is how they work. When you push the “engine start” button, that button sends an electrical command (voltage signal) to several control modules (computers). One...
Power antenna not working
The problem is most likely the motor for the power antenna. Motors wear out over time (28 years) and will eventually stop working. I would first check the fuse to see if it is blown, if so the antenna motor...
Antenna not going up
If the antenna is inoperative and is still getting power from the relay, then the antenna motor assembly would need to be replaced which is the common solution for this issue. A certified mechanic can check your electrical compenents to...
Cranks great will not fire up - 1992 Mazda 929
The antenna wire should not be connected to anything that would cause the car to not start, especially if it is getting power to crank. I would suggest checking to see if the spark plugs are getting fuel to them....
Window tint bubbling in rear window will I mess up defrost or antenna remove ingredients it
No, the defrosting mechanism is built into the window and should not be destroyed by removing the tint. As with anything, however, just use caution when taking the tint off.

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