Question about 1998 Honda Civic
You're in for an interesting challenge. The trick is to familiarise yourself with the whole path the coolant flows - radiator, all hoses, water pump, thermostat and gasket on its housing, engine unit. Check for water marks - water is leaving remarkable traces when it is being lost as vapour. Check the water pump - this may be failing every now and then and losing drops of water through the safety expansion holes that are on its housing. I wouldn't touch the cyclinder block until now. You simply have to run the car to its normal temperature until the cooling fan kicks off. This is the time where you should try to spot any water being lost as vapour. Git it a shot and keep me posted on the outcome. Take good care of your hands and keep away from hot parts as much as possible.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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