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i would check that the teeth on the flywheel? flex plate have not been worn off. after tearing up 5 starter motors i would say that is your problem
this could be caused by first replacement starter ,not matching correct number of teeth to match flywheel
your heater has apparently restricted the coolant flow....hopefully a good system back flushing will cure the problem....use a flush obtained from a parts house....I would buy the hose kit for flushing as well...good luck to you
This is a normal condition...Heating up without air flow across the radiator is a common physics based reality.
What counts is whether your fans cycle on and off. if so, that is totally okay. Stated another way, there is actually little effect that you could have on this situation, aside from modifying something, but why do that, it is designed to work that way..
don't forget the fuel filter--on a honda they work so well that flow of gas to the injectors can be deminished --honda engine are also interference motors so keep up on the timing belt replacement not for sure fore your year wether the interval change is 60k or 90k check the user manual
with your description it sounds like your fans are not coming on, also sounds like the problem was never solved, sounds like you threw a lot of money at your problem also... check to see if the fans are coming on at the right times, seems like a n air movement over the radiator since you say it only gets hot in stop and go traffic... well when your driving at a constant highway speed guess what you have air movement through the radiator... check also a clogged ac condensor with bugs, pressure wash it out so the air can pass through it easily... please rate my help thanks
you did not state whether or not your electric fan is coming on all the time, check to see if your fan is operating properly , check all fan switches and temp sensors that are in the fan circiut... also check to see if your bottom hose is not collasping, and one more thing also since you have had the system open, some systems operate in reverse flow and need to be bleed of air pockets, look for a bleeder screw around the thermostat housing or pump housing... please rate my help , thanks