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Radiator losing water

I have a 1994 Honda civic vti. The radiator just started losing water very fast. Water appears to be leaking from above the oil sump.

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    I have the same problem the radiator just staring losing water very fast. Honda civic 1994 dx. How can't you help me.



    Radiator is losing anti-freez very fast.

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I suspect the water pump..

Posted on May 13, 2009

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My friend;
Try this;
1. You may use bad grade {brand} oil.
2. You could be driving fast {speeding up}.
3. You may have bad cylinder / piston ring, which causing oil to leaks inside the cylinder & burn it up through exhaust.
4. Check the quality of your oil: your car must or should use 20W-50 viscosity .
5. Check your radiator it should NOT has oil mixed with its water.

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