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Car lose coolant only with air conditioner running i can drive it all day without air conditioner and don't lose any.Please advise

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  • crlynharriso Jul 20, 2008

    I have the same problem. I have a ' 97 Honda Civic that looses coolant and I have spent $500.00 on it in the last 6 mos. and cannot fix the problem.

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My 1996 Honoda Civix LX is losing coolant. All hoses and gaskets have been replace and yet I do not know why I am losing coolant. Where may I search or do in order to fix the vehicle?

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