Question about 1999 Mazda MX-5 Miata
My fans are not going car is over heating
The thermostats on Mazdas are notorious for kicking out and causing the fans to either not initiate or go on without effective results. My Protege went through 3 before I got my Miata, and I learned how to change the thermostat when it went out the first time. Hopefully, there won't be a second time, but whenever the car overheats and I notice the fans don't come one, I always assume it's the thermostat, and that's always the cause. If you don't want to fix it yourself, take it to a dealer, they're very accustomed to changing thermostats in Mazdas, believe me.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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