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I have a 2003 honda cbr954. The radiator hose came off and lost the water I fixed it and now it wont start how come not getting any spark what shut me down

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SOURCE: 2003 kia optima over heating

out from bottom to top

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SOURCE: 2000 honda civic no spark

it could be you ignition control moduil. if sow it will need to be replaced

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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SOURCE: bottom radiator hose cold. upper radiator bulging.

The fan won't come on because the thermoswitch is in the bottom of the radiator, without coolant flow the switch never gets hot. Just because a part is new doesn't mean it is good, is the thermostat an aftermarket part ? I would take out the thermostat (leave the gasket) and see if the bottom hose gets warm. If the bottom hose does not get warm, you may have a blockage or bad water pump

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

Azrael SRL

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SOURCE: I have a 1992 Lexus ES300 that wont start. I think

Yes, you could replace just the heads, bu i don't think they are the problem - it's much more likely that the head gaskets have failed , they are the ones that you should replace first.

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mike butler

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SOURCE: When to replace timing belt and radiTor hoses

that model has a timing chain and it does not get changed for maint hoses can be inspected for cracks other than that happy driving

Posted on Jul 11, 2012

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I have a 1999 honda Odyssey and it overheating. The radiator hose on the top is very hot and bottom is cold. Just change the thermostat and radiator today but it still overheat after 5 minutes drive. Need...


Whith the car cool
1- Remove the radiator cap
2- Disconnect the TOP hose FROM the radiator
3- With a garden hose or a bucket of water ready
4- Start the engine
5- As old coolant fluid flows from the top hose to the floor
6- Pour fresh water on the radiator so it doesn't dry
7- When you see clear water coming from the top hose
8- You have rinsed the cooling system of the engine
9- Start pouring refrigerant on the radiator
10- As you start to see refrigerant pouring from the top hose
11- Now you have only refrigerant on your system as you should
12- Quickly reconnect the top hose to the radiator
13- The problem should be solved

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Why has my 2003 Subaru Forester lost power when its hot?


it sounds as if your car is overheating. Alot of the newer cars after 2001 have a computer program built in that if you are over heating it will shut down a couple of cylinders by eliminating the spark or by regulating the fuel going in I had the same problem on a 3.4 litre Chevy engine and thats what it was doing basically when overheating or getting close to it since the engine would sustain alot of damage due to the engine being aluminum it protects it this way and still allows you to get off the road. your radiator needs to be replaced immediately do not wait until it completely blows off the you could be going for a water pump and thermostat.

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What make the water run hot when the water pump work and the radiator is ok and the hoses


check your thermostat if its block it can get hot .start your car make it really hot and check the bottom hose and the top hose of the radiator if its different temp. your thermostat needs replacing

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I have a 94' honda accord lx 4cyl (stick), the radiator coolant was a reddish-brown, so I called pep-boys for advice. They said to disconnect the top and bottom hoses and flush the radiator first, then to...


Check your Tail Pipe to see if there is any water coming out of it. Also, Pull your Oil Dip-Stick to see
if there is any moisture on it, or if the Oil has a milky appearance.
Let me know what you discover.

Best Regards,

The Wrench

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HONDA CIVIC 1992 HEATING UP. i CLEAN THE RADIATOR WATER PUMP IS WORKING FINE THERE IS NO WATER LEAK - BUT STILL LOOSING WATER 1/2 LTS EVERY TWO DAYS


You may have a small pin hole in one of your hoses that is only leaking under pressure. Of course you may not notce it with the vehicle idling because the pressure is higher as the rpms rise while you are driving.

More importantly though, you need to check your oil dipstick. If the oil looks "milky" you may have water leaking into your oil. This can happen if you have a problem with your "heads" such as a small crack. A cracked head can lead to a blown motor so check it out as you are checking all of your hoses on your cooling systems.

Good Luck!

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My 1994 honda civic overheated still turning over but wont start we replaced the thermostat fuel filter and a sliced radiator hose, but still wont start


Try taking spark plugs out and then turn engine over, if water sprays fron cylinders then the reason it overheadted was head gascet fault, but once water is removed and spark plugs re-fitted then it should start. hope not head gascet tho.

please tick box if helped

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well honda's are natorious for the computers going out also check the ignition relay,fuel pump relay,make sure it is getting fule.also check the timing belt

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it is most likely your heater core

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