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I have an 87 acura intrga/ it started to get hot when i drive it for like an hour or so. i thought it would be a goodidea to flush out the old coolent and put a new cap on it but now it runs a little hot why? thanks nevaezp1@live.com

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Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. There are other parts that control the temperature of the vehicle. The most common problem is the thermostat, followed by the water pump. We know it is not the coolant fluid. Make sure the fans are working properly and the radiator as well. Thanks for using FixYa and have a good night.

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