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    Default There is problem in my CIVIC!

    I have old model civic the problem is when i cross speed of 100 the heat needle is rise up! I service radiator but the problem same here will i change FAN too? Because it has a small motor fan attach with the radiator pls advise me!


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    Quote Originally Posted by geniesgona View Post
    Bro also the water in the bottle is boil on long route on 100+ speed

    you have an overheating problem then, usually its the headgasket on that engine as our mechanics/owners love to use tap water to cool that engine and never knew there was a bleed valve to remove air.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    yes it does, but matter always takes the path of least resistance, the radiator is a mesh of tiny tubes through which flow is pretty poor, the easy path for the liquid is to go round the bypass - specially when you have a fast spinning centrifugal pump moving the liquid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    you have an overheating problem then, usually its the headgasket on that engine as our mechanics/owners love to use tap water to cool that engine and never knew there was a bleed valve to remove air.
    it has 1200cc engine with 4 gears
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    Quote Originally Posted by geniesgona View Post
    it has 1200cc engine with 4 gears
    I know what that civic came with, to test for leakage you need to make a radiator cap pressure adapter and apply pressure to it to see leaks, if you see pressure dropping then you need to find that leak.

    50% of the times its the headgasket blown out or the cylinder block corroding. The rest 50% is the radiator core leaking along with wrong cap neck and leaking expansion tube/tank setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    I know what that civic came with, to test for leakage you need to make a radiator cap pressure adapter and apply pressure to it to see leaks, if you see pressure dropping then you need to find that leak.

    50% of the times its the headgasket blown out or the cylinder block corroding. The rest 50% is the radiator core leaking along with wrong cap neck and leaking expansion tube/tank setup.
    thanx bro 2morrow i do that. IA and will tell u the result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    I know what that civic came with, to test for leakage you need to make a radiator cap pressure adapter and apply pressure to it to see leaks, if you see pressure dropping then you need to find that leak.

    50% of the times its the headgasket blown out or the cylinder block corroding. The rest 50% is the radiator core leaking along with wrong cap neck and leaking expansion tube/tank setup.
    Today i saw a "chota" blowing air from his mouth to radiator neck saying that he's checking leak i was like lol hahahahaha desi pressure cooling test
    i don't know when these guys will change

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    yes it does, but matter always takes the path of least resistance, the radiator is a mesh of tiny tubes through which flow is pretty poor, the easy path for the liquid is to go round the bypass - specially when you have a fast spinning centrifugal pump moving the liquid.
    thanks for the great info .. just after posting this question i tried studying on net because i was certain you cannot miss something as imp as a water body and soon i found a few relevant links (posting one for reference of others ... post #19 and 20 in given link).. it was a news to me and i'm grateful to you for the opportunity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naweed View Post
    thanks for the great info .. just after posting this question i tried studying on net because i was certain you cannot miss something as imp as a water body and soon i found a few relevant links (posting one for reference of others ... post #19 and 20 in given link).. it was a news to me and i'm grateful to you for the opportunity

    Over Heating after removal of Thermostat ... Why ? - Alfa Romeo Forum

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    Bro is it possible to install CG.125 carburator Fuel Jet in this CIVIC carburator to get better milege? if yes, then what are the disadvantages will u pls tell me?

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    you are trying the wrong approach to repair a problem, before even starting to look at the carby first make sure the engine valve tappets are set and the distributor is working correctly and set correctly, make sure your spark plugs are good and the coil is not about to die.

    then work the carby, your car would have the old shape carby but its still a pretty basic 2 barrel carburettor - swapping out smaller jets wont help at all. You need to correctly overhaul the carburettor or get someone to work on it who actually knows what a carburettor is
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedraja1996 View Post
    Today i saw a "chota" blowing air from his mouth to radiator neck saying that he's checking leak i was like lol hahahahaha desi pressure cooling test
    i don't know when these guys will change
    i would love to see if he can even generate 1 psi
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    Salam Bro Today i notice that when i start my car water is dropping from right side of engine. on belt side. what is that matter? pls quick reply...
    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    I know what that civic came with, to test for leakage you need to make a radiator cap pressure adapter and apply pressure to it to see leaks, if you see pressure dropping then you need to find that leak.

    50% of the times its the headgasket blown out or the cylinder block corroding. The rest 50% is the radiator core leaking along with wrong cap neck and leaking expansion tube/tank setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geniesgona View Post
    Salam Bro Today i notice that when i start my car water is dropping from right side of engine. on belt side. what is that matter? pls quick reply...
    most probably your water body is saying Bye Bye

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    as lahori said - its your water pump (vaturrbaady) leaking - DONT drive the car at all in this condition or you can completely destroy the engine because in your case the timing belt is running the pump. BAD stuff happens when the belt breaks.
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    will u kindly tell me the proper solution? what to do now? and how much its cost?
    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    as lahori said - its your water pump (vaturrbaady) leaking - DONT drive the car at all in this condition or you can completely destroy the engine because in your case the timing belt is running the pump. BAD stuff happens when the belt breaks.
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    replace the pump
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    replace the pump
    will the pump easily available of this civic? there is problem in my civic -1501636
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