After reading the April 2010 example concerning Mazda overheating I realized this may be more of a problem than just with Mazda. I had exactly the same problem with my 2004 Explorer. It overheated twice with no warning until the gage was pegged out. The first incident was caused by a stuck thermostat and the second by a leaking thermostat housing hose. The engine had to be replaced after the second incident. The Explorer is the most heavily instrumented car I have ever owned, but the overheating warning system is stuck in the 60s when engines were slow to overheat and much more forgiving.
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