1995 honda accord lx 4 cyl. Overheating. Replaced radiator cap. Replaced thermostat (tried two that are new), flushed radiator, checked water pump (pressure on lower radiator hose and no leaks from seep holes), Finally changed head gasket, intake, exaust, etc. The engine rpms are still the same with an idle fluctuating fairly fast 1000-2000-1000-2000 and so on. When put in drive or reverse it levels out to around 1000-1500 rpms and seems fine. Fans come on, no heat coming from vents when heat is turned on, I did open the air release valve to the right of the thermostat to release any air that might be in the system, I changed the oil filter, spark plugs, And after all of this I still have the original overheating problem. There were no signs of head being cracked or fluids in the cylinders. There was some coolant in the outer oriface surrounding the cylinders. I asume this is normal to help cool the engine. Anyway could someone give me some helpful advice? Selling time? Looks it might be.
have the same problem?
Sunday, January 13th, 2008 AT 3:51 PM