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Honda civic overheating


Heavyd1980

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Hey guys i know its been a long time since ive been on but ive been working about 65 hours a week for 7 days a week!! Since my truck is down i have been driving my trusty ol 93 honda civic with a 1.5l non V-tec and this morning i noticed that the temp gauge was well above where it noramlly rides!! So i turned on the heater and it dropped down where it noramlly runs and it was blowing hot air. So then i turned off the heater and it slowly rose back up even doing 70 mph down the highway! It wont drop unless the heater is running. So im thinking a stuck thermostat??? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you in advance!!

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Very funny Rogan!:ahhh: Im not sure about the radiator being plugged up i will take it to the car wash after work and try to clean it out! Do you think it would be a good idea to flush the system while im there? If so whats the best way or stuff to use??

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@ Delano - got a pic of your truck (bigger one) with the 35s? I'm kinda curious, as I'm coming up on needing new tires.. Even though I'll most likely go with 235s again.. /threadjack@Mike - what's the coolant capacity of the dodge?

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@ Delano - got a pic of your truck (bigger one) with the 35s? I'm kinda curious, as I'm coming up on needing new tires.. Even though I'll most likely go with 235s again.. /threadjack @Mike - what's the coolant capacity of the dodge?

I will take a new pic and send it to ya! got an email address you want it to go to?
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