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Honda civic 1998 over heating. cooling fan problem? Where are the fuses for that. Thank you

Honda civic 1998 over heating. cooling fan problem? Where are the fuses for that. Thank you

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Most likely you have a bad thermostat is stuck and not letting coolant to flow to your radiator. check your coolant level if is normal replace the thermostat NOTE: if you live air pockets on your cooling system then also cause to over head when adding new coolant open the bleeder valve if you cant find it just add coolant whit the engine running when the new thermostat open will release the air pocket and you will see a sudden drop of you coolant level, then add more on till the radiator is full again. never drive your car for long is your engine is over heating that will cause a blown head gasket and mayor repairs. if your on the street and just notice than your car is over heating turn your A/C off set it on heating maximum fan max heat and of coarse roll down all your windows. it be real hot for you but that will save your engine. the heater core on your car is like a baby radiator and bypass the engine thermostat that will help to cooled down a lot . hope this help you and good luck.

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