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Running hot when in traffic and traffic lights

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I had that problem with my Mazda 626. It always felt like I had the heat on and the heat intensified at lights and when stopped. The heat is coming from the transmission, you'll need to get a transmission cooler added and that should take care of that problem, along with a future transmission malfunction.

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