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Why would the operating temperature of your Mazda MX3 rise when stopping at a light or coming from the freeway?

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2004-10-29 06:35:33
2004-10-29 06:35:33

it is normal for the vehicles temp to rise a little bit however if the temp goes more than 3/4 of the way you need to check the radiator cooling fan operation

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