Question about Mazda 626
Had the same problem before. there are certain reasons solutions, just look where it best fits you.
1. check your radiator, maybe lid is loose.
2. check your radiator, maybe it's clogged and needs to be overhauled.
3. check and replace thermostat switch. maybe worn out (most probable cause for this is exactly what happened to me)
switch is found in the engine, it looks like a spark plug.
hope it helps.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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