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Hi. I have noticecd in the past week or so that after my honda 96 civic gets to running temperature, the overflow reservoir bottle starts boiling and bubbling. this then drains the bottle completely. i need to know asap as to how this can be sorted as i need the car for daily use. thanks.

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Sounds like you have an airlock.with engine running and hot, undo the clip on the highest hot hose(wear rubber gloves)and vent off any air trapped.make sure the expansion bottle is full before.and 1/2 full after.

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