2004 Honda Civic Temperature Gauge Goes Up And Down. If the temperature gauge is staying the normal range. what is indicating that the vehicle is overheating? Recently replaced my thermostat on my 2005* honda civic about a month ago.
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It the test light glows. replace the gauge. 2004 honda civic ex. over heating. disappearance of coolant hi. i have a 2004 honda civic ex coupe. The trip my temperature gauge running hot.
If the test light does not glow. check the power wire between the gauge and the fuse panel. You are feeling for cold spots in the radiator.
Once up to temp the gauge never moves from the one third position. even in the summer +30c heat we were lucky to get this year. The first thing you should do is flush your cooling system.
When this happens. all the gauges (speedometer. tachometer. fuel. temp. lcd odometer) all read zero. I would notice the same on my old honda when the temps outside were really low.
But. when the thermostat is malfunctioning (maybe it’s opening or closing when not supposed). then your temperature gauge will go up and down as you drive. Has never had issues before.
As ever i advise go see a dealer. saving a few quid could cost you the engine. Hot day i was driving a two hour trip with.
My 2004 honda civic with 112.000 miles. I would notice the same on my old honda when the temps outside were really low.
No matter if im changing speeds or anything like that. i can go a constant speed and its. No white smoke coming out of my exhaust and i got two radiator flushes. no dirty coolant. and i have replaced the cabin filter. Says in the normal for days then will go up almost to h then go down.
Recently Replaced My Thermostat On My 2005* Honda Civic About A Month Ago.
I immediately switched ac off and put. My 2004 honda civic with 112.000 miles. When im driving my 91 honda civic hatch it runs fine.
I Changed The Thermostat Within The Last 30K So Im Ruling That Out Unless It Really Went Bad That Fast (Its Only Been Replaced Once Since The Car Was Bought New).
Another common factor why temperature gauge goes up and down. and no heat is the cooling system. The first thing you should do is flush your cooling system. The car is not overheating if the temp gauge goes up and down by turning the lights on and off.
2004 Honda Civic Ex. Over Heating. Disappearance Of Coolant Hi. I Have A 2004 Honda Civic Ex Coupe.
If the test light does not glow. check the power wire between the gauge and the fuse panel. 2005 honda civic ex erratic temp guage. This kind of behavior may mean that you are low on coolant.
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Hey i have a question/concern here. It the test light glows. replace the gauge. The fan works and when doing an oil change the oil looks normal.