OVERHEATING/CONDENSER FAN/ANTIFREEZE COOLANT

1997 Honda Civic

Tiny

kkkmike

August, 19, 2013 AT 6:48 PM

Hello, I have a question about my 1997 Honda Civic Ex. I recently did a 35 mile drive on the interstate and when I just about was at my house noticed that my temperature gauge was all the way on high and over the red pointing at the H. http://i39.tinypic.com/2mpbt4y.jpg I turned off my car for the night and tried it the next day when it was cooled off and right when I turned it on it went straight up to the top of the gauge again. I noticed that I think the condenser fan isn't spinning. And I recently took it for a like 3 mile drive and it seemed like it heated up pretty fast but not to hot where it would steam or anything because I didn't want my engine to blow.

Any Ideas on how to fix the overheating problem or the temperature gauge?

1 Answer

Tiny

saturntech9

August, 19, 2013 AT 7:13 PM

Try unplugging the the coolant temp sender and see ifthe temp gauge dcrops.

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