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What is the possible cause of air bubbles poping out in the radiator of my honda car. model civic esi yr 1995. can you please help me solve the problem? joe Tuazon philippines. thanks.

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Sounds like your radiator has a hole. A quick fix is radweld and put it in. If you cannot find any eggwhite just as good. Hope this helps. All else fails new radiatos im afraid.

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