Question about 1994 Honda Accord
The car will over-heat when it wants to. It does not do it all of the time. But anyways as soon as I notice the oil light blinking, for some reason the needle to the temperature gauge starts going up. The radiator was just replaced a couple days ago. I cant afford to let this problem go on and become something overwhelmingly expensive.
Check that the Cooling Fans are operating. An easy check, is to Start up and put the Coolant Control to Blue [Cold], A/c control to Max A/c, with the blowers on Full. If the fans are good they will energise about 20 seconds after starting up. If they do, then your overheating is possible failure of the Engine coolant Thermostat. This is a practical DIY project.
If they do not. check your fan Fuse Links and Fan Relays.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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