Question about 1993 Mazda MX-3
The engine overheat after running for a few minutes. I have changed the thermosat, checked the radiator for clogs. I though it maybe the timing belt that I change about 12 mos back but thats not likely. However I did recall the heater in the car stop working right before the car started overheating.
Questions: Could the heat exchanger on the type car cause it to over heat?
Also - could the airflow control valve be a source of the problem if not the above possible cause?
The below options have been exhausted
- timing checkout good
- Radiator is not clogged
- Engine water through the crank case is good
- Thermostat was changed out
Appreciate any opinion or diagnostic information. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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