I have a 91 honda civic ive been having overheating issues for a while first i replaced the thermostat still overheating ended up replacing all hoses radiator and cap water pump timing belt and heat gasket worked fantastic for a couple months now its overheating again i cant tell if the fans are working. A honda civics cooling system is a sealed system meaning that it uses pressure to raise the boiling point of the fluid within the radiator as the engine operates the fluid within the radiator circulates throughout the engine most overheating problems with these vehicles can be traced to gasket failure leaks or . I have a 91honda accord with an overheating problem i have drained and flushed the radiator and flushed and changed the motor oil but it still keeps over heating what else do i need to do or change to keep it from overheating i have a 2002 honda civic that keeps overheating there no leak in the radiator at first i thought it was . Overheating in 91 honda accord thermostat is good water pump is good the top lines are hot and the bottom are not sitting the car does not overheat but only after it is drove it will overheatthere are no leaks also the gauge bounces when i hit a bump posted by jen morgan on aug 31 2012. My 1991 honda civic has a tempature gauge overheating problem after driving for a short distance the tempurature guage shoots up to full hot i have replaced the thermostat and the radiator not sure if the car is actually overheating is this a known problem and is there a fix
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