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My civic (1994 model) is overheating, the air con fan works but not the radaitor fan..... i keep topping up the fluid but its steaming out the resovoir.... checked the oil but there is no coolant in it.... any idea what could be going wrong??

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You need to replace the thermostat. It is not letting the water go through it. They will burp out the tank when this happens.

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