Question about 1992 Mazda MX-3
Hot air is dependent on the coolant temperature and the heater core.
There are several things that can cause your problem. The easiest to
check is the coolant level in the radiator\reservoir. There must be
enough coolant to flow freely between the engine and the heater core.
The next is the thermostat. If the thermostat is not closing it would
prevent the the coolant from reaching a high enough temperature to
allow for hot air. The thermostat is not expensive or difficult to
replace. The third thing is a blockage in the heater core. Flush the
coolant system properly can sometimes take care of this. If it does not
the only alternative is a new heater core.
Hope this helps.
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