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How much HP does a 1990 Miata make?

How much HP does a 1990 Miata make?

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1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata
Vehicle mfr. Mazda Motor Corp., Hiroshima, Japan
Valvetrain DOHC, 4 valves/cylinder
Max. power (SAE net) 116 hp @ 6500 rpm
Max. torque (SAE net) 100 lb-ft @ 5500 rpm

Why is my Miata over heating?

While there are a variety of reasons your Mazda MX-5 Miata is overheating, the most common 3 are a coolant leak (water pump, radiator, hose etc.), the radiator fan, or a failed thermostat.

Is a 1990 Miata reliable?

The NA MX-5 was lauded for its reliability, at least compared to older European sports cars, but the Miata still has issues to look out for, especially as it ages. Many short nose crank cars run fine, but if you do buy an earlier car be mindful of the potential hazards. Other than that, the NA is a fairly reliable car.

How many miles can a 1990 Miata last?

It’s also reliable. And, according to iSee Car’s data, the Miata has the potential to last for at least 200,000-miles.

What happens when a / C is not turned on on a Miata?

The closed switch activates the Radiator Cooling fan. If A/C is installed, but not turned on, the A/C Condenser Fan (on the right side of the radiator looking forward) will not activate when the switch is closed.

How big is the cooling system on a Mazda Miata?

The cooling system capacity is 6.3 U.S. quarts. Mazda s recommended anti-freeze solutions for the Miata are as follows: Remember that the primary task of liquid cooling is to transfer heat energy from the metal parts of the engine to the radiator and then to the air.

How can you tell if your tensioner is failing in a Mazda Miata?

The most typical indication your tensioner is beginning to fail is a squealing sound. Occasionally, if the bearing “go”, the pully will freeze or lock up and put alot of resistance on your belt (s). You will smell the burning rubber at that point.

How many miles on a 1995 Mazda Miata?

Talk about Miata problems and share solutions with other owners here. My 1995 Miata had only 3900 miles on it when I bought it in ’97. I drive it only about 3000 miles each year and store it over the winter. About 4 years ago the engine developed a hiccup, especially at slow speeds.

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