Question about 2001 Mazda 626
When the car is not in motion the temp gauge will go to normal. When it is in motion it will drop down below cold. When it is not in motion, it will blow out warm air if the heater or defrost is on, however when in motion it will only blow cold air. This morning was the first time I had seen the gauge go to hot. I warmed up my car and could not get any hot air even while sitting still. The gauge was normal until I started driving and then it went up to hot instead of how it has been going down to cold. Got any suggestions?
Your head gaskets are bad.... This is a common plroblem wiht those symptoms.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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