Question about 1998 Mazda MPV
Temp gauge for mpv 98
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: heat not hot enough in vents
i have the same problem with my 95' mx3 and i just put cardboard infront of the the radiator and it seemed to fix the temperature problem
its the cheapest fix anyone has ever heard of and it gets the job done
but make sure you take out the cardboard when the snow melts
hope i helped
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: it only gets hot when
Your engine thermostat is stuck open and this is what is causing the problem. You will need to have a new thermostat fitted - Usual cost is between $15 to $30. Maybe less depending on thermostat type.
How the thermostat works is it remains in a closed position within the engines coolant circulating system to allow the engine to heat and reach its optimum operating temperature. The thermostat then opens to allow the coolant to circulate freely. When the thermostat becomes faulty it fails to respond to the temperature of the coolant. What has happened it that it has opened and is stuck in an open position allowing the water to circulate too freely around the engine - you will see a brief rise in temperature when the engine is worked hard but as soon as you come to rest the temperature falls back again as the thermostat is not closing when it should.
Solution - replace thermostat and all will be well!
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Posted on Jul 25, 2009
You might have heard this,but check your fuel cap,if you did this,change your air filter,If that dont fix your problem,take your car to autozone and have them check the code,It doesnt cost anything.The temp guage is electronically sent to your dash,so check to see if it came disconnected off your thermostat,or from behind the inst,cluster.and check for any loose wires to the thermostat connections.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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