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I have a 98 honda crv that blew a hose which we repaired but now coolant wont o from resevoir into the radiator. Its not overheating but both the malfunction and service engine lights are still on

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If it doesn't suck coolant back from the reservoir on cooling down it can be the radiator cap, hose problem to the reservoir or hole in the cooling system
run the fault codes to see what put the engine light on

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