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1993 honda civic overheating after having thermostat, radiator, coolant system, AC, fans all fixed/replaced. What's next?

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  • micahdeloach Dec 01, 2008

    my car runs hot after driving for 10 minutes and when its in park or neutral the motor skips and the fans dont turn on the radiator

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Replace headgasket and machine cyliderhead

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Have a 2000 honda civic and it overheats on idle. I JUST REPLACED THE RADIATOR,AND THE WATER PUMP ALSO REPLACED THE THERMOSTAT. so how could i fix this?


Make sure the electric radiator fan is going on at appropriate temperatures to cool the coolant down in the radiator. Make sure it's connected up and so on and so forth. Sometimes, sediment builds up in the coolant passages, causing the overheating to occur. Consider having it flushed out and replaced the coolant with a 50/50 mixture of antifreeze to water. If pure antifreeze was used, instead of a 50/50 mixture, it can cause an overheat condition to occur as well.

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2002 Honda Civic...The car is overheating randomly. Replaced the thermostat,and fan relays. Car runs fine and then randomly overheats with gauge going way up and then sometimes coming down.Overheating and...


RADIATOR COOLING FAN NOT RUNNING COULD BE BAD ENGINE.COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR IS FAULTY IF COOLING FAN IS NOT TURNING ON AT SET TEMPERATURE OF 196 TO 203 DEGRESS.CHECK SEE COOLING FAN RUNNING WHEN ENGINE RUNNING HOT.IF YES FLUSH RADIATOR , FLUSH ENGINE BLOCK, HEATER CORE,REPLACE RADIATOR CAP.MAKE SURE YOU HAVE 50/50 ANTIFREEZE AND WATER IN THE COOLANT SYSTEM.CHECK WATER PUMP WEEP HOLE IF LEAKING REPLACE WATER PUMP. IF COOLANT FAN DONT TURN ON 196 TO 203 DEGREES, YOU HAVE FAULTY COOLING FAN,SHORT IN FAN WIRING OR ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR FAULTY.IGNITION TIMING WILL CAUSE ENGINE TO OVER HEAT.

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My 93 Honda Civic CX keeps over heating. There were no leaks coming from the radiator. We have replaced the water pump and thermostat and it is still overheating. What should I do?


Check the electric fan(s) on the radiator. If it doesn't overheat on the highway and does in city traffic, the most likely cause is the fan not running. there will be a "thermoswitch" that senses the coolant temp and at a certian point will turn the fan on. Make sure the fan is working too. Just apply 12volts to the connection and it should spin. WATCH YOUR FINGERS while you test the fan!!

Dec 23, 2010 | 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door

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I have a 1993 Honda Civic EX (2dr) which continues 2 overheat! The radiator has been replaced 3 times. The 1st time it had a hole, 2nd time it was determined that it leaked @ the seams when a pressure test...


any motor swap? have a block test done to check for the headgasket... it's possible you have warped the head with the list of cooling issues you have had.

Aug 06, 2010 | 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door

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The condenser fan blew out and damaged my radiator on a 2005 civic ex. The car is over heating and as the temperature needle goes up the radiator fan does not move. It only moves if I put the air on and...


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1st u have to replace condenser fan and radiator assy , it will solve your problem , cause due to no coolant radiator fan is not working and cause of engine overheating a/c system got trip . replace both condenser fan and radiator and put new coolant. thanks.

Mar 29, 2010 | 2005 Honda Civic

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Fan not working and car overheating easily


you must remove air from system there is a bleeder that you loosen while engine is running until a steady stream of water comes out also check coolant fan fuses

Sep 12, 2009 | 1997 Honda Civic

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95 honda civic lx overheating


COULD BE COOLANT SENSOR,HEAD GASKET,CHECK THE TIMING,THE PROPER MIXTURE OF COOLANT,WATER PUMP.DID YOU HAVE IT CHECKED OUT?ANY LEAKS?HEAT WORK WITH FAN?

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Temperature Gauge in 2000 Honda Civic LX


hi from uk from your symptoms of what happened re temp guage risen suddenly it would indicate the temp sender unit on the engine has blown ie is earthing to engine via its screwthreaded body this is just a matter of replacing with a new sender unit hope this helps

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your heater core may have some blockage. try flushing out your whole system.

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