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1999 Mazda 626 ES V6 - overheating when the ac is turned on.

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  • ketchups Jun 28, 2009

    Would that not cause it to overheat all of the time? Could it be an a/c cooling system problem? Have had several different responses when taken to the local mechanic, claiming a/c compressor/condensor/etc.. issue.



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You have a warped head,cracked head or blown head gasket.

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    have u checked what i said



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