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I have a 94 integra with an overheating issue.

Car: Acura, Integra, 1994, 1.8 non-vtec     -    Back to Fix-It    -    Acura Integra Repair Manuals

Q.hello, I have a 94 integra with an overheating issue. So far the water pump and thermostat have been changed.
The cooling system flushed and bled and I believe the radiator is fairly new.
The only way the car wont overheat is if the heater is at full blast. What could be causing the overheating?

I already checked/done: Have replaced water pump, thermostat, flushed and bled the coolant.

More Info required A little more information would be useful for narrowing down the alternatives:
Have you been losing coolant, or is the coolant level staying normal?
When it overheats now, how bad is it? Just higher than normal temp gauge reading, or steam and/or water pouring out of the engine?
Why were the waterpump and thermostat changed, were they bad or was that an attempt to fix the overheating problem that was there before?
Is the fan working properly? A failing fan could be turning, but slower than normal.
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