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    Default Honda Civic1995 Low Pick&Frequent loss of coolant

    hi,
    I have Honda civic1995 since april 2007,
    1) I had listened that this car has extraordinary pick,but
    when on signal i accelerate the car,even cars like
    Santro,Core,esily pass my car,
    2) Also my radiator water finishes every 2,3 days and I
    find no Radiator or pipe leakage

    I think my Head Gasket needs replacement!!
    What do you suggest???

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    use a cheap dark green color coolant. if there is a leak from a hot point, it will leave green color behind indicating leak.

    pick problem on cng? get the settings redone
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    ofcourse ur gasket is leak
    but before going to change or open the head

    just torque the bolts of head with a torque wrench
    or just tell the mechanic to do that

    and before that, check ur radiator that its pressurized after 10 mins of engine startup

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    check ur radiator cap..it might be leaking....hash4u has given u an appropriate advise...

    2ndly...do consider ur car's weight while comparing with small hatch backs...compare it with some similar sized vehicles.....n ofcourse hatchbacks cant keep up with u on longer run...also get ur clutch & pressure plates checked....get ur car tuned....test ur pick on petrol not cng coz honda carby engines performs least on cng due to inadequate compression.
    Whenever a bird shits on my car, I eat a plate of scrambled eggs on my front porch just to let them know what I'm capable of...

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    dear their is some problem in your cars gas kit , worn gas kits leaks the piston pressure ,and than the pressure leakage causes to evporate water in engin hence water level is decreased in your radiator.i have civic 95 i tried every possible way to heat it up (i.e. 5 adult sitting in , along with 300 Kg of luggage , climbing at 30 degree steap jeepable road) But turned unsucssesful all the times.

    c4capricon@ say right

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