The battery warning light on my 2000 Mazda Protege kept coming on after 35 miles per hour, so I took it to AutoZone to get it checked. The battery was bad (it did need a jumpstart in January) but the alternator tested fine. I got a new battery and the battery warning light came back on under the same condition.
Before I could get it checked, the car stopped working. Period. The battery connections seem fine. In half-second bursts, I can get some ignition but it quits quickly and the odometer blinks rapidly without key in ignition. I've checked the car to make sure its in park. It is.
What could be the problem? Electrical? Fuse?