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Old 28 Jun 2011, 05:44 pm
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Default Why is my 2001 honda civic Coolant Overfill tank overfilling?

I have a 2001 Honda civic lx sedan. Recently i noticed my car was overheating. I took it to a mechanic and they said my thermostat was to blame. Now that i changed the thermostat i checked under the hood to see if everything was ok after driving it around town. I took at the overfill tank and noticed it was overfilling and there was oxygen bubbles rising from the bottom. What does this mean? What can i do to fix this issue?

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