Question about 1991 Mazda MPV
No leaks dripping, after 16 minutes of driving temp slowly starts climbing to peg- Turning on heater&blower cools it back to normal gauge reading.Have a loose alt/fan/pump belt as prior owner destroyed/locked alt. adjst. bolt. No head gasket indicators at all.
Get yourself a stilson wrench and remove adjuster bolt then sort out the belt tension.......(you could also weld a nut to the bolt head to give you some leverage.)
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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