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My mazda 2002 protege is running hot when ac is on

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  • Aaron Murchison
    Aaron Murchison May 11, 2010

    What is hot? half way on the gauge? full red? because the A/C condensor is in front of the radiator, when the A/C is on it's transfering heat from inside the car to infront of the radiator. this could slightly increase the temp on the gauge. also check when the a/c is on and the car is running are two fans operating or just one. should be two. when a/c is off only one will be on when needed.

  • Eugene Swensen May 11, 2010

    Have you drained and flushed the radiator lately? Checked the belts - not slipping? Have you recently moved to a hotter climate - like Phoenix? azgene36@cox.net

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Your car temp is hot because the air-con automatic fan/cooler on the condenser is not functioning. check the electrical connections from the switch as well as from the compressor. otherwise check the thermostat. the fan should run when the aircon is switched on.

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