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None Blazer cooling/Heating ?

Old 01-27-2007, 03:10 AM
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Default None Blazer cooling/Heating ?

This is a none Blazer Question, I have the lil Mazda 626 and i noticed it struggles to warm up....I was wondering if this a Flush n thermostat replacement deal or is there something else going?
I noticed there is no Antifreeze only water in it..and rad. is pretty rusty...Oil looks good..and it does heat up after bout 30 to 45mins after driving it..any ideas? Thanks
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Default RE: None Blazer cooling/Heating ?

I suggest changing the thermostat and adding some antifreeze.
Old 01-27-2007, 05:58 AM
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Default RE: None Blazer cooling/Heating ?

I would for sure dump out the water, flush it, then add the proper mix. It is never good to run just water. Get to 32 and it starts to become a solid, then end up with a world of issues (frost plugs, cracking block, busted hoses)
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