Question about 1990 Honda Civic
Car is overheating.....steaming and sputtering ...have added water to the radiator, going to put some antifreeze in as well. How can you tell if it's the fan or the thermostat, or something else that is causing the overheating? I'm afraid to drive it anywhere.....
1990 Civic Overheats when driving at high RPM's
Hear a clicking inside under the dash.
Also- the fan will blow fast with the AC on and then blow slow without adjusting the switch
The headlights follow the same trend - bright and not so bright which coropsonds to th air conditioner fan speed low & high for no aparent reason.
Are these related
Have relaces alternator & H20 Belt & Battery
- Radiator is full of Fluid & Antifreeze
so please ??? HELP
It my only vehicle for a dad with tow hungry kids.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Try the antifreeze and if it does not work still it could be the radiator needs fixing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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