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Old 02 Aug 2013, 08:17 pm
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Default Honda civic 97 shaky over heating?

Well my 97 civic dx started getting a bit shaky when I come to a stop, then it got worse , shakier , and then it started overheating and it doesn't have an external leak it has it internal, cause I don't see water outside anywhere it's just disappearing ...I changed the raidiator cap,... .. What is the problem? How much would it cost?
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Old 02 Aug 2013, 08:31 pm
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Sounds like a bad head gasket or expanded head bolts, but that is based on the little information that you have provided me with. If it is the head gasket it will cost a minimum of 300 and that is if you do the work yourself and the machine shop charges less than $100 to get the head resurfaced.
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