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OVERHEATING AND LOSING COOLANT
2001 Honda Civic
January, 4, 2011 AT 7:36 PM
2001 Honda Civic mileage: 140,000. My wife's car is overheating and losing coolant. However, there is no water in the oil and no oil in the coolant. I continue to add coolant, as it gets low. What could be the problem?
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January, 4, 2011 AT 7:37 PM
Overheating is usually caused by a partially plugged radiator or a malfunctioning electric radiator fan. In addition, pressure check the cooling system for any leaks.
January, 5, 2011 AT 10:14 PM
I would like to add that headgaskets are a very common problem on these vehicles. If there are no visible signs of external leaks, you can guarantee it's a headgasket.
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