Many things can cause this: the thermostat is not opening the fan is not working blown head gasket or craket block or head if the motor seem to run fine then it probably not the last 2. also follow the upper radatior hose to the motor at this point there should be a houseing with a little nipple or what looks like a grease fitting this is an air bleeder when you get air in the system it is not getting full of water. loosen this fitting while the motor is cool and fill radaitor until only water comes out of it then retighten the fitting and run the car to see if it still gets hot.
The water pump on a 94 Acura Integra is located on the front of the engine. It uses the power of the engine to circulate hot water from the engine to the radiator to cool it.
could it be the thermostat or the fan itself?
jump a hot wire downt to it with it running with gauges on it and read the readings.
Replace your thermostat.
check your thermostat and if its opening up then you have a blown head gasket
Running hot can be caused by several things. A bad water pump, stuck thermostat or cooling fan not working are the most common causes,
check to be sure that the thermostat is not backwards and is the correct heat rated unit for the car
The fuel pump relay assembly is notorious for not working when the weather gets hot. This is especially true when it is hot and sunny, which increases the temperature inside the car. This affects the relay as it is found in the dash. The relay is sometimes referred to as the "main" relay.
Because it needs refilling
the temperature in 1991 accura integra is fluctuating dramaticlly from normal to very hot to normal...why ?
Because it's sitting in the sun.
I use to have this problem all the time every where i went. I hate it when it dies at the gas station, just right when you get done pumping gas into it.... but the problem is your Main Relay. Change that out to a new one and you should be good to go. the Main Relay is under you Steering wheel.
i just had this problem you have to either change the fan relay switch or the sensor because they could be old so they ar not telling the fans to react to when the car is getting hot. but i changed mines and they come on now
almost 100 % the termostat does not open it is stuck/considering you check the liquid level and is normal/.There is slite posibility to be the water pump. The thermostats are cheap and verry easy to change, so i would try that first. Also check the coolant temp sensor, usually located in front of the rad in the front of the engine(1 or 2 wires running from it)
Check your starter it may be grounded when hot.
if your car don't start in hot weather or after a long run.
There are several possibilities. The 2 most common would be the water heater needs replacing, or you need a repipe.
I would start with changing your themostate. If it continues from there, then look into your water pump, or vise versa
thermostat is not opening.
could happen if the thermostat is not opening, or if there's a pressure leak in the cooling system, insufficient cooling fluid, or a bad water-pump, a kink in a hose or blockage in the cooling-system. Anything that keeps the coolant from flowing in and out of the block or causes a loss of pressure. It isn't enough to just have coolant in the system, the sysem has to hold a head of steam as well. Otherwise the water will just get hot and blow out of the system.
Possibilities: Fuel mixture is WAY too rich OR the timing is out of spec.
Well there's 2 possibilities"Road to the Multiverse" or "Don't Make Me Over"
In the overflow tank as well as the radiator. You should not do this while the engine is HOT!
Cough drops, cough syrup, hot lemon water with honey, herbs, etc. The possibilities are endless.
disconnect the ac compressor and reconnect it