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Old 27 Aug 2009, 11:44 am
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Default '95 Honda Civic Overheating

Hi, I have a 1995 Honda Civic Ex and it began to overheat driving down the interstate at 70 mph. It only overheats when sustained rpms over 2500...therefore driving 50 or 60 mph the temp gauge is completely normal. I have change the thermostat and flushed the radiator. I am losing radiator fluid but not experiencing any white smoke, rough running, and the oil from the dipstick seems pretty normal. Will I need to drain oil from the pan to check for milkiness? There is no fluid or sign of fluid in the spark plugs. There does seem to be a leak coming from under the timing belt cover. Will the weep holes from the water pump "weep" enough to show a visible leak? No extra fluid has been noticed in the overflow...sound like a bad water pump...bad head gasket...? Any help out there?
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