Question about 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door
Vehicle heats up. Have already replaced vac hose and thermostat, added new coolant, heat gauge goes up and down, engine does not show signs of leaks.
If your water pump isn't leaking or making a lot of noise (when the bearings go it makes a lot of noise, and it will leak),don't change it. Check the radiator cap, it could be shot, and it's a cheap fix. Next step would be to flush out the system. If u haven't done it in a long time, there could be a problem w/ rust and sediment plugging up the radiator, not allowing the coolant/water to circulate properly, causing it to overheat. Let me know how it goes. countrycurt0
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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