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2005 Honda Civic No heat at idle but have heat while driving. not water pump and just replaced head gasket

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  • carhob May 11, 2010

    did you check coolant level

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Sounds like a circulatory problem. at the back of your engine compartment there should be two pipes connecting your matrix to your water system. it used to be common practise that when your matrix went to just connect them together and bypass as the dashboard has to come out to repair.

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