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Engine 'overheating' by Yticolev Leska - Sun, 20 May 2018 03:59:10 EST ID:GwV3jmlU No.35753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I drive a 2003 Hond Civic, bought used at 110k, Nearly 180k miles now. Radiator replaced at 120k or so.

Sixty-thousand miles accumulated, a problem occurs. Throughout last winter, cabin heat would mot work; until reaching speeds of 40-45 mph, and only after driving for 30 minites or so. Coolant check, oil change, check. Continue without much problem.





I begin to notice that when I turn my cabin temp to hot, regardless of turning air-flow on, my temp gague on my dash rockets up to unsustainable levels.

My questionis whether or not I oughta investigate the thermostat, the thermoswitch for the the belt fan, should I check my water pump (i also see a greater effect ofthe same described phenomenon once going uphill for a prolonged period), do i just have an air pocket in my air system? I have spiders in my vents too. what should i do?

I have some expendable monies in the range of less than 1k.
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Oliver Figglestock - Sun, 20 May 2018 11:03:41 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35753
Did you even attempt to let the car warm up, before turning the heat on?
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Shit Blackhood - Thu, 24 May 2018 08:59:35 EST ID:mH7y7OZX No.35763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Umm dude... cabin heating uses the heat of the engine... of course it barely works until your engine is at operating temperature wich takes about 15-30 minutes of driving...
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Betsy Bemmlefoot - Thu, 24 May 2018 22:12:00 EST ID:L+nFZ21u No.35767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
weird. i thought the heater core was passive.
idk man you have a strange problem
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Jack Horringfoot - Tue, 29 May 2018 00:45:40 EST ID:Z5XuFZo1 No.35776 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35753
Got lots of experience with that engine. This is screaming head gasket to me. They always end up failing when the mileage gets up their. Compression/leakdown test before you put any money into that thing. You’ve probably warped the head due to the xcees heat so you could potentially not be able to resurface the head and slap a new gasket on.

You got issues coming m8. Go on 7thgencivic and research. It’s dead now but a wealth of knowledge is still available (mostly)
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Polly Clindlewater - Wed, 30 May 2018 19:52:26 EST ID:qZxabEsu No.35780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35776
This guy Hondas.

http://boards.420chan.org/vroom/res/30192.php#i35775
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Ernest Droffingbatch - Thu, 31 May 2018 12:31:01 EST ID:Z5XuFZo1 No.35782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35780
Bet you've never even wrenched faggot. I'm just trying to lend a hand.

Who gives a fuck if i slap small turbos on shitty jap cars lol
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William Clicklehall - Thu, 31 May 2018 13:48:25 EST ID:5G8j7Xqt No.35783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35782
U so sensitive

Is it because of your small car?
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Phineas Mimmerbanks - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 16:18:49 EST ID:Z5XuFZo1 No.35784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35783
I've owned many cars in my lifetime (51 to be exact) and I've owned some good ones like a 1990 Eagle Talon TSI AWD turbo that I modified to make 586 awhp, multiple Cadillacs, I even built a 92 Dodge Colt hatch with a 4g63t swap that ran 11s, but this Civic has been my favorite because it's reliable, easy to build and work on, and nobody expects it to be as fast as it is. I'm upset
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Angus Blythebanks - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:21:08 EST ID:68GYx9pa No.35788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here

This took a really brash turn.

What im saying is that the cabin heat used to run just fine, and now it doesnt.

Not like I need it now. But the engine thermostat reads hot after 2 minutes of switching the cabin heat knob to hot.
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Angus Blythebanks - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:24:11 EST ID:68GYx9pa No.35789 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35776
Will do m8. I hope its not the head gasket.


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