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Mazda Millenia 95 and had replaced the thermostat After a month it keeps on overheating noticed the host between engine and radiator hardened like a stone fan spins what is spec for a good thermostat?

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2005-11-17 00:10:15
2005-11-17 00:10:15

If your cooling system is building up pressure it may be an indication of a leaking head gasket.A leaking head gasket will act up by building up pressure in the cooling system, overheating, and eventually, will crack the head and or block. Have a cooling system pressure tested on this car.Not what you wanted to hear, but I hope this helps you. Mark

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