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Overheating

Discussion in '6th Generation Honda Civic (1996-2000)' started by em1_coupe, May 20, 2017.



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  1. em1_coupe

    em1_coupe New Member

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    My 1997 civic is overheating. Fan is good, the sensor is good and fuse is also good. Had problems with wiring fixed that, and it was turning on and but out of nowhere it started to overheat


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  2. boofoo

    boofoo Respected Registered VIP

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    Start with the fundamentals. Check the coolant levels in both the radiator and reservoir.
     
  3. em1_coupe

    em1_coupe New Member

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    I did the a coolant flush, but they fan won't turn on. It brand new, new sensor and fuse and also fix some one the wiring problem that it had


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  4. boofoo

    boofoo Respected Registered VIP

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    Flushed? Or did you mean drained and refilled? Did you bleed?

    And if you check right now, what is the level in both the radiator and reservoir?
     
  5. xaviertuquick559

    xaviertuquick559 New Member

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    im new , how do i start my own thread
     
  6. codyruffgsd

    codyruffgsd New Member

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    Have you checked your thermostat? It could be bad and not opening so it can't allow coolant to get into the motor

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  7. 98civlyfe

    98civlyfe New Member

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    System bleed?


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