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Anyone know anyting about the heater control valve on an 87 Mazda B2000?

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by Neal, Feb 9, 2006.


  1. Neal

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    I know this is a long shot, but my 16 yr old son has an 87 Mazda B2000 and he can't get the heater core to put out heat. He has flushed the core and the water flows through it fine. He replaced the engine thermostast and that seems to be working fine, so I suspect the control valve is not letting warm coolant into the core. Where is the heater control valve on this thing? My son absolutely cannot afford to take it to a shop. Thanks.
     

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  2. BikerRN

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    I thought this was a Motorcycle Forum. ;Q

    Sorry but I don't know much about cages. I put in gas, oil and water when needed and drive. Oh yeah, I rotate the tyres every other oil change. 36 gallons of petrol last my about 3 months, so I'm not much help. :)
     

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  4. BikerRN

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    ;z

    ;c :)
     
  5. Neal

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    I see you are correct. I posted this during my lunch break and just plain muffed up. I thought I posted this on the car forum. Sorry guys. I wonder if a mod can move it or I should just start over.;g
     
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    No worries mate. Just razzin' ya. :)