Question about Honda Civic Coupe
The radiator fan switch which drives the fan relay,needs to have hot coolant to operate properly,the temperature sending unit the same situation.you either have a thermostat that is stuck open,or alot of air circulating in the system.pressurize the system to 15 psi and see if it drops,if it does...you have a leak in it.my suggestion would be to fix the radiator properly.overheating that engine is going to result in needing a head gasket which is expensive.find a good used radiator.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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