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Old 28 Dec 2013, 03:31 pm
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Default my 95 accura integra is overheating. but im not loosing any flood?

my 95 accura integra is overheating. but im not loosing any flood?
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Old 28 Dec 2013, 03:47 pm
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Replace thermostat and radiator.
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Old 28 Dec 2013, 04:01 pm
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Your thermostat is locked in the closed position. Replace it.
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Old 28 Dec 2013, 04:16 pm
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It is possible your fan is not working. Is the over heating caused at idle?
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Old 28 Dec 2013, 04:33 pm
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Possibilities:















thermostat- thermostat is bad and won't open















clogged radiator















fan- cooling fan (not A/C fan which is next to it) might not turn on















bad hoses- This is an interesting one because hoses actually go bad from the inside out.















temperature sending unit- a really cheap part that can cause this when it is faulty. I had a Honda CR-V that kept overheating. Mechanics kept saying headgasket, after I spent over $1,000 having my entire cooling system replaced. Decided I'll do the headgasket myself. I went to Autozone to get a kit. Counterperson was a huge Honda guy. He asked me what was wrong. I told him and what had been replaced. I also told him that four different mechanics told me head gasket was the only thing left. He asked if the temperature sending unit had been replaced..which it hadn't. He recommended me doing that before taking on the head gasket. Part costed me $20 and he installed for me on his lunch break. Problem solved. It never overheated again. The reason I say this is because the B20 that was in my CR-V is essentially an Integra engine with slightly larger pistons.
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