Replacement of the heater core on a 1993 Mazda Protege is going to first require the removal of the entire dashboard. Once that is removed then the heater control box will need to be removed and disassembled in order to get access to the heater core inside.
The heater on the 03 Mazda Tribute is going in and out. What is the problem and how can it be fix?
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battery may be dying and altenater may be going out
It Is underneath the dash on the drivers side, You are going to have to stick your head up underneath sometimes to find it.
not likely. the 1997 Mazda protege is a different chassis than the 1999 protege (BHA to BJ, respectively). the two transmissions between the two generations are also different, the BHA utilizing the FB4A-EL automatic transmission and the BJ utilizing the FN4A-EL automatic transmission. they also have different engines. you're better off going to a junkyard and pulling a auto trans from a third generation protege (1999-2003)...that would work. if you have any further questions, you can follow this link: www.protegefaq.net hope this helps!
if your horn wont go off its a short to power or faulty conector
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the heater core is going out
Probably have a burned out resistor. These are not expensive and usually easy to change. They are locaded near the heater fan motor and have a plug going to them of 3 to 4 wires... Unplug it then remove the screw(s) & pull it out. Replace in reverse order.
I had this issue just a few months ago. Your clutch is going out. I had the flywheel and slave cylinder replaced on my '96 Protege (stick-shift) to fix it.
Possibly low of fluid. If it is not low, then have the transmission and filter changed and see if this helps.
Heater core is leaking
your clutch is going out. i had the same problem. look into getting a new pressure plate and while your at it, get a new flywheel. if you done look at it soon, you will be walking
No. The top hose goes to the engine. The bottom hose feeds from the engine to the heater core back to the radiator.
It's bolted right on top of the egr valve which is on the back of the engine under the throttle body there will be a small vacuum line going into where the egr valve bolts into the intake
To unblock the heater core, remove two heater hoses coming off of the engine going to the heater core. They are usually located on the passenger side of the vehicle near the firewall. Then use a high power water or air source to blow through the lines both ways.
Check your coolent level! Yours is low and the on/off heat gives you a warning that your going to run out of coolent and trash your engine.
You are more than likely correct. Try draining the water heater to remove any sediment.
There should be two hose's coming off the engine going to the firewall. Black in color and about 1 inch across.
It's in the fuel tank. You access it by going under the rear seat. Sounds easy enough, but there are dangers here where you really need a repair manual to do the job right, and most important, safely.
alternators go 'bad' in various ways; bearings = noise diodes = no charge, insufficient charge or discharge. brushes = no charge
It is buried up under the right front fender. I am going to replace mine as it is not sounding very loud. You can get at the feed wire easy enough. So I will mount the new horn in a more accessable location
More than likely the heater core is leaking.
1st check fuse , then or resistor and then blower motor itself resistor is usually under hood right by blower motor or on the ducking it self google images resistor for your kind of car so you know what your looking for power should be going into it when your heater is on and coming out the other side the higher the setting the more power coming out the other side going to blower motor