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Old 27 Jun 2011, 02:32 pm
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Default Sweet mercy help me fix my overheating 93 Honda Civic!!!

1993 Honda Civic Si 1.6L overheating. It only overheats when it idles after about 15 minutes of driving. I've also noticed that lately when driving on the highway the RPMs are higher than usual.

Radiator fan works
Replaced the following:
-radiator
-radiator cap
-radiator hoses
-thermostat
-thermostat gasket

Same thing--begins overheating slowly if you drive for 15 min and then idle. I

-The exhaust does NOT smell sweet and I didn't see any oil in the coolant the many times I've drained it.

-the water pump was replaced 2 years ago with the timing belt.

What could it be?!!?!?! Please help!
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