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Old 31 Mar 2004, 10:31 pm
Jim Yanik
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Default Re: '94 Civic overheating (help!)

"electricked" <no_emails_please> wrote in

> "G-Man" <> wrote in message
>> A mechanic at AAMCO (who used to be the Honda mechanic) told me the
>> condensor relay and radiator relay are the same, and can be swapped
>> for testing. That's the kind of info that comes in handy :-)
>> Damn, that cooling fan motor is over $200! I hope that's NOT the
>> problem.

> I'm pretty sure the fan is not your problem. If the car is overheating
> and the top hose is warm but not hot then it's most likely the
> thermostat.
> --Viktor

I had to replace my 94 Integra GSR thermostat;the temp gauge was climbing
when I stopped,and dropping to below 'cold' when moving.

Jim Yanik
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