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2003 honda civic

Fans work great level of fluids are good.

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  • ddirservices Jul 17, 2008

    My Civic (2003) has been overheating off and on for over a month. It seems to me it overheats when I have been driving on the freeway over 25 miles or more. Then when I get in traffic the temp goes up so fast. I'll turn on the heater and most of the time it will drop just as fast as it went up. So far the thermostat has been changed but has not made a difference. And my fans are working they kick on when the temp is half way.

  • Anonymous Jan 14, 2009

    i had the same problem.  One of the fan motors burned out but would still turn so i could not see that it was broken.  try looking at both fans & see if one is moving too slowly


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At the last resort try replacing the radiator first then the water pump i hate throwing parts at stuff but the exp. ive had with this it has always been the rad. try flushing it first

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