Coolant puking when still and or at a light

Asked by GuruCRCM3 Mar 03, 2019 at 09:53 PM about the 1995 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Would this be a leaking hose possibly? Or maybe a
thermostat problem? I have 16 valve non VTech  engine

2 Answers


Someone needs to take a look. Speculation won't help.


Overheating can be caused by several issues. Low on coolant, leaks (internal or external), clogged radiator, bad thermostat, etc. DO NOT run that engine hot unless you want to replace the head gasket and/or head. My daughter's accord needed a radiator which was the cause of the overheating.

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