Question about 1994 Honda Civic
There is not heat in my 1994 Honda civic until i have drove it for more than 20 minutes. I replaced the thermostat and it still does the same, and there is coolant in the radiator.
I do not know the history of your 94 civic as far as mileage, how well the car has been maintained or not maintained. Could be a block within one of your heater hoses, the valve that open and closes to allow the radiator fluid through your heater core to recirculate the water, or a block within your heater core from rust deposits and or lack of servicing your radiator fluid could cause a build-up of deposits. You might have an air lock within your cooling system" air pockets". Perhaps you can purge your coolant system to allow any air bubbles or pockets that may have entered the cooling system when adding coolant, replacing a radiator, or simply servicing the coolant system. Make sure you have the proper radiator cap to produce the proper amount of pressure with your cooling system. Check for any fluid leaks in your cooling system as well. This may allow air into your cooling sytem.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Heater core maybe going bad
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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