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Old 06-02-13, 04:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Coolant Boil Over

Hi All,

Issues similar to mine seem to be posted all over this forum, but I haven't seen one with exactly my symptoms - so I do apologize in advance if I'm duplicating another thread.

I've got a 92 Legend that is boiling coolant over into the overflow with so much force that it boils up and out of the reservoir/tank. It only seems to happen when the car is shut off - and only every so often without any relation to type or length of driving.

Temp gauge is normal.. I refilled and bled the system about a week ago, and all seemed ok until a day or so ago, when it did it again.

The thermostat was changed about a year ago. BHG repair was done about 2 years ago.

I'm going to swap out the radiator cap in hopes it's the issue.

Does anyone have any other ideas as to what the issue might be?

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your water pump is going out while your at it replace timing belt and idler pulley.
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I have a brand new water pump and timing belt kit, still in box.

If interested pm, cheapest you can find new.
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I'm confused, a failing water pump would cause poor/no circulation of coolant. Which would cause over heating. Are you sure your temp gauge and fans are working properly?

When the thermostat was changed did you use a Acura/Honda thermostat? I would have a pressure test done on the cap and the cooling system.
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I have a 1994 Acura legend Type II LS can I put a JDM type I ? Is it plug and play any help is greatly appreciated ! ?????
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