Question about 1996 Honda Civic
While the engine is cold, take off coolant cap. then fill the coolant tank to proper level, start car ,let it idle when thermostat opens then you will see air bubbles in tank. wait till they clear up then replace cap. you can feel to see if it is heating good, by feeling the top radiator hose. if above gives you a problem you can squeeze top hose a few times by hand with cap off. this will remove any air that is left in system. try above first. have a good one!!
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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