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Poor or no heat issue with 1992 Mazda 626

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EricTheCarGuy 1EricTheCarGuy
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    I’d first like to say that system IS pressurized as the radiator cap is there to perform that exact task (and it is an important one), I talk about this in detail in the Overheat video that I posted for you. To bleed the system please follow the instructions in the Bleeding a cooling system video that I posted for you, the MOST COMMON CAUSE OF HEATING AND OVERHEAT PROBLEMS IS AIR IN THE COOLING SYSTEM so this is always the first place to start, once again you don’t need a bleeder valve as they just put those there to help fill the system better.

    Second a combustion leak does NOT mean that you will have coolant in the oil or vice versa, it depends on where the leak is, if it’s directly in the combustion chamber you will NOT see coolant in the oil but the coolant will be consumed in the engine and eventually cause an overheat issue when the coolant gets low enough, once again the information in the Overheat video I posted shows how to check for a coolant leak into the combustion chamber.

    Please follow these instructions and watch the suggested videos as they come from years of experience dealing with issues like this.

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