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I HAVE A 1995 HONDA ACCORD 4CYL 2.2L! OVERHEATING

I HAVE A 1995 HONDA ACCORD 4CYL 2.2L! I FLUSED MY INTIRE RADIATOR SYSTEM AND CHANGED MY WATER PUMP IT WAS RUNNING FINE FOR A WEEK AND IT HAS OVERHEATED AGAIN? IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE FOR ME TO DO TO FIX THIS??

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I had this happen in two other cars. It turned out I had to replace the heater coil. ( Looks like a very small radiator) often located under the front passenger floor or in/on the firewall under the hood. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

  • Neal Marrison Apr 29, 2010

    My mistake, it's a heater core.

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