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    Default Having Heating Up issue with my Honda Civic 2003 Vti Oriel Prosmatec

    Yaaar koi bata sakta hai k meree car heat up kr rhi hai while driving in afternoon with Air condition ON... AC off karo tou Kaanta neechay aa jaata hai... phr AC on rakho tou Kaanta ooper jaana shuru ho jaata hai... aur museebat yeh k radiator sey paani bhi kum nhi ho raha ... MY RADIATOR IS ALMOST NEW.... 8 months pehlay lagwaya tha... abhee saturday ko pressure bhee lagwaya condensor aur radiator par... Radiator ka CAP bhee change kia hai... but problem still exist.... Kya prob ho sakti hai??? Model is Honda civic 2003 vti oriel prosmatec.... Kindly Guide me wat to do... XULFIQAR Bhai aap guide kar sako kuch plz....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahadwizz View Post
    Install cooling system components ie tstat valve and fan. Check with n without AC.

    If it still heats, i would check water body. it is under the timing cover. I am assuming you have a clean system.

    The needle is not real time and at about 40% the actual temperature is between 75 - 115 (checked through OBD port). if your needle is moving north of 40%, you are actually running very very hot coolant and at the same time running risk of blowing head gasket.

    The needle should always always stay at 40%. I have same gen civic and I've been driving it extensively under the heat, never seen it going above 40%.
    40% of total gauge or 40% of green part ?

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    Make sure your radiator is not rusted and air free. Install thermostat valve.Fans should be on auto. Make sure your condenser is clean because when you turn on AC heated air comes and if car is getting hot this means that heat exchange is poor. Make sure you have proper adjusted valve clearances too they are also important
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