Ok Ill make it short and sweet<Thermostat not opening<Air pockets in coolant system<Insufficient coolant level<Bad water pump<Bad headgasket<Coolant fans not engaging(turning on the ac automatically engages the fans,at least unless you have a short bad relay,fuse,bad fan)
Ok before the car is up to operating temp remove the radiator cap and allow the car to run for a short period<Periodically squeeze upper and lower hoses<Can you see any air bubbling?If not wait and see if the thermostat opens....While it is running for a while see if air trapped in the sytem bubbles thru the coolant....If sufficient coolant is in the system and the thermostat opens it should start to overflow out the radiator..If so reinstall the radiator cap<When the thermostat opens the coolant temperature sensor should activate the coolant fans...do the fans turn on?If not check the cooling fan relay under the hood and the fuses...If you cant by any means engage the fans go to a junkyard and get the plug connector to the fans and as much slack on the wires as possible....You can then run the fans to either the headlights or foglamps..I personally cut off a plug from the foglamp and spliced it into the fans<Now my car is never above 1/2 temp...You can turn the fans off/on by pressing the foglamp switch!!!
While the car is running up to operating temperature squeeze both upper and lower radiator hoses, are the both warm/hot? They should be!!! if not then that means coolant is not being pumped where it should be!!!!
A head gasket test can be performed rather cheaply for about $20 avail @ autozone..Its kind of like a pH tester for a pool...Its a chemical test real easy 2 perform....You place it into the radiator cap and wait to see what color it changes..
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just checking why heat in front don't work and heat in back dose 2003 Mazda mpv
Well fix it!
Tropical Heat - 1993 was released on: USA: 28 July 1993 (video premiere)
Sounds like a blown fuse or a bad switch. Check the fuse box first.
The temperature should be 195 degrees.
the heat light is in reference to the cat convertor, if the heat light is on it means that the cat has over heated
around 5 hours lots of stuff to take off,,,mine is not leaking....will try getting a flush to see if more heat comes out..
Tropical Heat - 1993 is rated/received certificates of: Norway:15 (video premiere) USA:R
Because the lights that illuminate the shift positions are not led lights, they are more like christmas tree lights that have a red rubber sleeve over them (to make them glow red instead of white.) Just like any other incandesent bulb they put out heat whenever they are on, the longer the drive, more heat gets generated and can spread to the plastic housing and surrounding parts which can cause damage unfortunatly.
You can't drive in neutral. If you mean tow it, not over 30-35 mph and not for more than 10-15 miles. The transmission will heat up and not be able to cool down.
If it is a 1993 Mazda MX-6 2.5L Like the one I have the fuel pump is located inside the tank. You have to Remove the pre muffler silencer and heat shield to access it. Once you Unbolt the straps and drop the tank, disconnect the fuel lines and relay and unscrew it counter-clockwise.
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Just tighten them down as tight as you can and then drive the car a few miles and retighten the bolts again as they will be loose after the gaskets heat up.
Is your radiator fluid full?
Heat from nuclear energy is used to produce steam to drive a turbine/generator
The engine is overheating.
Too little coolant, or a plugged coolant line.
Heat - Jimmy Barnes album - was created in 1993.
From over miles. AKA. 1+miles
I have had them fail due to heat. I used a certain dilectric grease on the underside to help dissipate the heat. If not heat, then possibly a poor ground.
Cro - 1993 Turn Up the Heat 2-5 was released on: USA: 15 October 1994
The Mazda truck uses the same heater plenum as the Ford Explorer. Check the Explorer information on www.heatertreater.net for diagnostic and repair information. cgallen