Question about 2003 Mazda MPV
Check your coolant level. Don't open the radaitor when hot.
Check you fan, not the one on the dash, the one under the hood. If it's an electric fan it may start and stop at any time so don't stick your fingers in there.
Check your radiator, make sure that it's not clogged with bugs and debris. If it is, try cleaging it with a graden hose, or better yet, a power washer (at the car wash if you don't have one).
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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