1994 Acura Integra



October, 2, 2008 AT 1:15 AM

Engine Cooling problem
1994 Acura Integra 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Manual 150000 miles

Hi there guys I have a 94 acura integra ls none v-teck with a b18 ingine that keeps overheating I replaced all the hoses upper and lower plus heater hoses too what I noticed is that my overflow container keeps overflowing I drain it and it runs ok for a few days then it starts overflowing agian I also have my cooling fan on all the time cause of a bad temp sensor can you guys help me out?


3 Answers



October, 2, 2008 AT 2:39 PM

Hi scarmona316,

Reserve tank overflows means coolant is being pushed out from the radiator.

Either the radiator cap is faulty or you have a head gasket problem.



October, 8, 2008 AT 3:02 PM

Hi I had that problem too on my 98 integra. Like the he said it can be your head gasket. Take your oil cap off to see if there is any water substance or is the oil still black or is it brown. Then check the water coolant to see if there is oil present like if the water coolant show oil substance if there is then you have an bad gasket get that fix and there hould not be anyproblems.



November, 25, 2008 AT 5:37 PM

Get a cylinder leakdown test done. This is the only 100% accurate way of knowing if the headgasket has failed. Some quick home checks would be to check for oil in your coolant or vise versa. Or remove your rad cap with the engine running(make sure there is no pressure in the system and the car is cold first) If the coolant starts to bubbling and boil and/or if you see exhaust smoke coming out, chances are your headgasket has failed.

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