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    i am using this car since last four years. had been running perfectly without any major issues. few weeks back, one of radiators pipe got bursted and car heated up. i got it checked up, new pipe installed and no other damage was observed. now once in a week, while driving, the temperature needle starts to rise from middle position (normal position) it goes up and than falls down to normal position. i have observed that with the passage of time, its peak position is rising. Mechanics have failed to understand. kindly help.


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    @Ibnekhalid
    Might be your car gaskit got week when heated up because of bursted pipe. Do check the radiator cap also or for any other leakage.
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    check cap
    thermostat valve,
    worst case scenario, blown gasket
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    please get your Fan checked from an electrician ,
    i had the same problem in my 00' civic , it had a blown fan motor

    this might slove your problem cause i had the same problem & the radiator fan was the culprit
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