Question about 2000 Honda Civic
I watched my temperature gauge in my 2000 Honda Civic LX go from the normal temperature reading to hot instantly. I checked the coolant levels the next day to see if I was running low on coolant and everything was normal. The vehicle was not overheating at the time or running any warmer than normal as far as I could tell. There are no leaks. I am confused on what might be the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Is your radiator fan kicking on? I had the same problem, just replace the radiator fan switch, and thermostat. 2 easy fixes
Posted on Apr 01, 2013
Hi from uk from your symptoms of what happened re temp guage risen suddenly it would indicate the temp sender unit on the engine has blown ie is earthing to engine via its screwthreaded body this is just a matter of replacing with a new sender unit hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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