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Hello I have a mazda 2000 mpv EX with front and rear heater controls. I noticed water leaking from underneath the vehicle beside the spare tire. After investigating i realized that a pipe that carries the coolant to the rear corroded and broke. I cut out the rotted piece of the pipe and replace it with a piece of heater hose I get from the scrap yard. I top up the coolant reservoir in the engine compartment. Everything is fine, plenty of heat from the front ventilation but the rear has no heat. The fan at the rear is working because the air is coming out but it is cold. Please help!! Thank you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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