how to stop the 2003 mazda protege from overheating

Asked by Apr 14, 2017 at 04:44 PM about the 2003 Mazda Protege DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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are all the basics covered..fans ok and running..thermostate ok...system full..air bleed out of system..no bubbles comming out or the radiator cap fill?

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I think bubbles are coming from the radiator cap. I put fluid in the overflow.

It looks like dried antifreeze on the radiator cap

29,085

but !!!are the others ok..as i asled above?????? thermostate ok ...radiator and system full of water.... before we get into the bubbles coulb just be your thermostate opening

29,085

in the morning...you need to check and fill the rad when engine is cool or have you done that and also look at the things i listed and come back

29,085

what did you find ???

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