Question about 1986 Honda Civic
Inside on the tempt gage the stick was normal then it moved over on the red which is hot. Then i drove for 2 more hours and it went in the middle betweeen the hot and cold. Then went back to hot. i have never had this problem before what is wrong.
First when ever the car temp. gauge goes above normal you need to pull over RIGHT AWAY!!!! Your car has a high rate of blowing the engine when run to hot for too long!!! Have you driven the car since this happened? Was there any funny smells... like Antifreeze?? Smoke?? It's possible that it needs a thermostat... If you had NONE of the above. I would suggest to take it some where you trust and get it checked out... I would also have them check to make sure the engine is not blown before putting in too much money!
Posted on May 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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