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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Mazda MPV Heating problem
The heater lines that run to the back of the right rear side gets rusty and start to leak anti-freeze. There is a black cover under and above the RR tire that has to be removed so u can see.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
Your AC is low on refrigerant; The AC compressor needs a minimum amount of regrigerant to run. If and when it does run (while low on refrigerant) the air coming out of the vents will not be cold. The refrigerant you require is R-134A and is available over the counter but if you are the least bit unsure as to how to add refrigerant, taking it to a garage that does AC recharging would be your best play. If you want to try to add refrigerant on your own you will need the following, 1LB can of R-134A, an AC hose adapter to deliver the refrigerant, and preferably an AC pressure guage to ensure you are not overfilling the AC line which will damage the system.
Posted on May 10, 2009
You have the wrong type hose on the pcv valvle. It isn't vacuum hose.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you you have been very helpful i understand now but the hose that is on the new pcv valve is a vacuum hose "
SOURCE: 2004 Mazda RX8 Heater problem
There is a well known problem that is a manufacturer's defect with the soldered connection on the circuit board behind the temperature knob. There is a fix to re-solder the connections but the dealer will gladly take $450 to replace it with the same bad board that will last you a while. Look for the link to show you how to fix it yourself.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
SOURCE: AC BLOWER NOT BLOWING
The resistor that controls the blower motor. it is a small gadget that has a 2 or 3 wire plug . Replacing the resistor should fix your problem. It is on or near the blower motor. Under the dash. Not easy to remove . But it can be. Please give thumbs up if helped.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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