Yes It Can.
the ABS sensor is bad.
Yes a bad thermostat would cause overheating in any car. A thermostat regulates the temperature.
throttle postioning sensor is bad
I have a 94 Mazda 626, and i had this issue the starter was bad car would not turn over to start it just died on my while driving came to a stop light and bam died. I change the starter and it started right up now it works every time on the first try.
ecm is bad
Looseness "Clunk" when steering
A bad thermostat can cause an overheat. A bad temp sensor can show an overheat when the temperature is normal.
Yes - normally you will hear a "click" only when trying to start with a bad solenoid
No. The thermostat is not likely to be the cause.
Bad head gasket? Bad thermostat? Defective radiator cap?
Clogged radiator, bad water pump, stuck thermostat, non-functioning fan. and may I add lacking of fluids.
Generally whenever a switch goes bad the only thing you can do is replace it.
Remove the starter and inspect the ring gear on the flywheel.
Bad servo Blown fuse Stop lights staying on Bad or misadjusted vacuum dump switch
Yes, it can.
Unfortunately these are not interchangeable. The 1993 model was a complete retooling of the 626, a bad one at that....the 1991 had an excellent transmission, the 1993 through 1998 were all terrible. In theory, you could retrofit, but that would be expensive.
Low coolant Bad radiator cap Dirty or plugged radiator Thermostat cooling fan not working Water pump Collapsing hoses
What hose ? Generally no .
By itself, the thermostat would have to be stuck closed causing a severe overheat condition to cause a loss of power.
Could have a bad motor mount
Neutral safety switch improperly adjusted or going bad