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Mazda astina 1992 overheating when its underload. thermostat has been checked and the thermostat switch has been replaced

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This can be due to poor performance of the engine , higher drag on the engine or low tyre pressure.

Please check the tuning and timing and see that the health of the engine is in order. check the timing which is most important and specially the auto advance.
check the brakes and the wheels if the wheel are free after braking.
check the tyre pressure.
if there are issues the engine must be checked for compression, valve settings and timing.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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I'd be looking at waterpump, belt that drives waterpump and/or fan clutch/

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