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The IMPELLER on the water pump.The MIXTURE of Anti-Freeze to Water mixture.Blown head gasket.Correct TIMING.the FLOW on the Radiator that U already checked...

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Q: What else do you check after blocked hoses thermostat fans and radiator when your 1990 Honda Civic continues to overheat?
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