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Over heating 95 honda accord.

My 95 honda accord over heating. changed the thermostad year ago. changed the gaskit &Rediatar recently .still over heating. now i observed the fan is not working some time when heat goes to the red level.
Please help me. thanks . Bill

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You have a big problem! The head is shot! You will need to have it machined and checked for cracks. Overheating is a killer! Replace the cam belt at the same time. Frankster016

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