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CAR DIED WHEN TURNED ON AC

IT WAS OVERHEADING. CHANGED WATERPUMP, THERMOSTAT, GAUGE STILL READ HOT AFTER AWHILE. TURNED ON AC WHILE DRIVING (CAR WASNT HOT THEN), AND IT DIED. HAD TO TOW IT HOME. PLEASE HELP! NO ONE SEEMS TO KNOW. IT TRIED TO TUEN OVER, BUT WONT. LIGHTS WORK. EVERYTHING IS WORKING.

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Sounds like a electric problem. Check with your garage (hopefully a Honda specialist) and quick 'cause if you wait to long it may burn down

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

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Hi Jen, It seems to me that the overheating may have resulted in the cylinder head and gasket may have been damaged. Has the coolant level reduced or the level of oil in the sump increased and become grey? Let us know more symptoms. Regards John

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It sounds like the over heating problem might be a blown head gasket dose the motor oil have water in it or water have oil in it .and the ac sounds like the clutch on the ac unit is bad i had the same car and it did the same thing and the belt on the ac did not brake the motor just dies

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

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SOURCE: 1992 honda accord running very rough and check engine light came

If the car runs fine until it warms up, then the check engine light goes on and it all goes to hell (sputtering, dying, etc...) then it is most likely the o2 sensor. Take it to autozone and have them put it on the scanner, just be sure to bring it when the check engine light is ON.

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SOURCE: Honda Accord 1995 temp sensor

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Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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SOURCE: temp gauge bouncing up an down

i would say if the fluid is full and the thermostat is not sticking it would be your engine coolant temperature sensor (ect) sensor

Posted on May 23, 2009

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SOURCE: temp gauge reads hot when cold

That wire you are unplugging is pinched and being shorted to ground ! You need to trace that wire until you find it . Also if anyone has done any repairs recently you may want to start looking in that area .

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 1993 honda accord running hot, changed thermostat

I had a similar problem with my 1993 honda and had to change the radiator.

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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