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Old 09 Mar 2012, 12:16 am
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Default 1989 Honda Accord overheating problem?

What can be causing my 89 stick accord to overheat? The car runs fine but needs to have the heater on when driving the car to prevent overheating. Any answers are appreciated thanks.
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Old 09 Mar 2012, 12:32 am
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Sticking thermostat, radiator fan not working, worn out water pump, clogged radiator. Could be any one of those or a combination of those things not working.
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Old 09 Mar 2012, 12:46 am
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thermostat stuck, radiator needs to be flushed , water pump or fan not working.
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