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I have a honda civic ESI model 93. it overheats when i go on a long trip. what could be the problem? had the radiator checked already. a car mechanic is here right now and he changed the cylinder head gasket. but still it overheats

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    Ned C Cook May 11, 2010

    hMMMM, INTERESTING. When does it overheat? Low speed, high speed, a/c on or off, how fast does the temp rise and how bad does it overheat? Need to know info. Thanks Ned

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Is your antifreeze level dropping lower on local small trips
pressure test the antifreeze system to make sure there is no hose leaking
i hope u used a new thermostat because they sometimes get stuck open

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