Question about 2002 Mazda 626
Whenever you overheat once, then the thermostat must also be replaced. It is operated by the expansion of a contained wax pellet, and overheating causes permanent loss of wax.
However, you may also have caused a head gasket leak now from heat warpage. If the thermostat does not help, then borrow a cooling system pressure checker from a place like Autozone, and see of it holds pressure for 5 minutes after pumping it slightly above cap rating. Then start engine and see if it is steady or oscillating from 1 cylinder leakage.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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