Honda civic 2004 vetec executive

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Asked by Syed777 Nov 24, 2018 at 12:54 PM about the Honda Civic Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello i have an honda civic 2004 vetec
executive hatchback . I am facing an issue
since i bought this car its heater was not
working . Cold air was coming out of it . I
take it to mechanic and he said we need to
change its thermostate which he changed
but after that it start another issue now when
i driving on motorway the temperature guage
gets to high level sometime and suddenly it
come down when i stop the car is driving
normal but still temperature meter go to full
high ? What will be the issue ?

3 Answers

125,315

More than likely your water pump is bad.

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But its heater are also still not working even after changing the thermostat and the temp meter go high but in few mints it start coming low while driving ?

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125,315

If tempreture guage is reading high,that mean,s you should have heat in the car unless there is a blockage in the heater core,this would explain the fluxtuating temp.

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