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2002 honda civic water is blowing out of the coolant tank

\015 I have a 2002 honda civic water is blowing out of the coolant tank so i change the thermostat waterpump flush radiator change relays fans are coming on heat is working till the water gets low from blowing out oil is clean then i change the motor work good for three then started all over again took it to a shop no can find the problem please help its been going on for years i just add water and anticootant every day i cant take it anymore please find the problem\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-07-2019

Answers :

Sorry to hear all this has been going on and the obvious hasn't been detected by a shop. All those parts probably would not of had to be replaced. This is a classic systom of a blown head gasket. Not every head gasket blown will have coolant in the oil. Compression leak from a cylinder will enter water passage in head and blow out the coolant because compression is greater pressure than coolant system pressure.
Check add plastic coolant tank hose to radiator make sure it isnt clogged and then check plastic tank for depris ie brown texture if plastic tank is ok check that level in plastic tank isnt too high .....add up to a max mark
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