Question about 2004 Mazda 6
I own a 2004 mazda 6 and My A/C and or heating/cooling system does not turn off. (sorry i don't know too much about cars). So basically when i turn on my car the heat does not turn off. Doesn't matter how many times I try to adjust the gauge the heat will not turn off. Now I can adjust it to different temperatures and the gauge also goes from high to low and low to high but it doesnt actually lower the pressure of the air that comes out. So I've taken it to a local mechanic and he's advised me to change the resistor. But i just don't want to go ahead and do that and find out that that was not the problem. If anyone can help me out that would be so much appreciated. thank you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Heating problem in winter times
I had the same problem. The dealer installed a heater mod kit (free) and a new output duct that blows the now hot air on your feet instead of your shin!
Still not great heatwise, noisy, but much better than before (frozen toes)
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
cabin airfilter definately helped clean the air and a noticable change in tempearature but its still doesnt get hot quick enough in very cold temperature. I guess I will try the thermostat change next. Thanks for your help. I will come back with updates.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: Adjusting Headlights
Plain floor and a wall at dusk/night and start adjusting.
remember inner road side lower so no to blind upcoming traffic.
So there should be a difference officialy between right and left.
Switch around fror country on which side off the road you drive and specific legal requirements. Normally adjusting this is no big fee either.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Hi, it might very well be the electronic engine control system that is malfunctioning, among other probable causes. I'm not there in person, but I can help you go through the most probable causes of this accleration-hesitation problem that you have. In fact, here's a very good, handy diagnostic article exactly on your issue, detailing the six most probable causes:
Go through these to definitely solve your problem.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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