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My honda 85 accord

The carburator is consuming too much fuel and the radiator on it own has refused to stop over heating despites having flush the cells and added radiator cooolant to the water the fan blows steadily and still the temperatures raises

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Have you changed the thermostat?

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Maybe flush the engine and entry and exit pipes

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