Question about 1999 Honda Civic
I have a 99 honda civic LX whose temp guage shows normal for some time and after some time of driving all of a sudden the temp guages goes up nearly to the high side. The car has all new horses new radiator and last week i replaced the thermostat. But still the problem is there
You probably have air in the your cooling system. Air in a closed system will not allow the thermostat to open. Find the high spot in the lines and disconnect and fill with fluid, then run the engine with the radiator cap off and with the a/c on high and see if any bubbles pop up.
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Sounds like a distributor or timing issue, a common issue
with these cars sometimes. Our Civic LX was giving us the same codes, We
replaced the distributor and reset the timing... problem resolved. Not sure
about the 2005 Civic year model, the ignition system may have changed with the
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