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Old 10-11-2013, 00:20   #1 (permalink)
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Another mazda fault?

Hi guys, thanks firstly for your replies about my wheel, the sound has strangely dissappeared which is odd, will take it to garage if it pops up again.

I am having problems with my car fans/heaters. When on cool they are fine, once turned up to heat the car, they are ok for about 10 minutes and then the airflow gets really hot. If I turn it back to cool the very hot air continues. It's very strange. Also the time it takes for it to 'overheat' seems quicker if I drive harder. Could it be something like the large front grill fan, or something smaller. Thank you for your time guys

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Old 10-11-2013, 03:33   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Another mazda fault?

Probably time to replace the heater control valve , this shows you what it looks like .

Heater Control Valve Ford Fiesta/Puma, Mazda 121 ADM593100C | eBay
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