Question about 1999 Mazda Protege
Look dont sray your engine with water after you heat it up you could crack you block thats just crazy that someone would say that he is right about the sensor problem, i would think a coolant temp sensor there could be two so check did the car run hot at all
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Sensor problem ,could be the crank sensor accepting water seepage was it raining when car cut out,or maybe evan connectors on the coil pack,clean all visable connectors and use some vasaline on them then warm engine up and spray with hose just see what happens ,other than that call out your friendly mobile mechanic or be prepared to lay the golden egg at the dealers
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