Air in the water system.
heater?AC fan does not go on? Temperature gage does not work.
Probably a bad thermostat.
Honda civic runs on cold bad sign?
i asked this question the tempture gage shows it is over heating but the engine is cold to touch
gage of temperature go to hot position but is not hot the engine check gages light come on
More than likely the thermostat is stuck open. Drain the cooling system, replace the thermostat, and install fresh coolant.
the normally position of needle in temperature gage is a half of gage.
=A Gage is gun a 12 gage=
a temperature sensor could be faulty...i have a 1994 legacy and i had the same problem...i replaced the temperature gage sensor and i have no more problems.
In the engine block of a vehicle, the part which is responsible for sending information to the temperature gauge is called the temperature gauge sending unit.
Typically a inconsistent heating in cars is caused by a low coolant level. Most heater hose takeoffs are on the top side of the engine, so if the fluid level is low the last place for the coolant to flow is through the heater hoses. I have seen this on various makes and models. It is by far the cheapest thing to try too.
Change the gage from high to low.
Probably thermostat sticking open , quite common , had mine changed for the same reason - (Helpfull)
The temperature gage on a 95 Civic can be located on the dash board, assuming this temperature gage is for the heat of the engine. It is usually located near the mileage.
This is a quote from a popular auto repair book:"It is rare for the temperature gauge to fail,but if it is erratic in operation check the lead from the (temp. sensor) switch for broken insulation and earthing.If the gauge reads maximum,suspect the sender switch(temp. sensor)." The switch can only be tested with an ohm meter or by substitution of a new unit.I just replaced my tem. switch and it didn't fix my gauge!So...
It sounds like a bad Temperature Sensor or the Gage It's self.
Stuck open thermostat.
Most likely an air pocket.While your'e driving or while the motor is running put your heater on high(hot air) and after a while the air pocket will be gone.I had the same problem after changing a rad hose and during a two hour road trip ran the heater and everything was ok afterwards
It could be the wiring, or more likley the temperature sender is bad.
because you need coolant.
Sounds like it could be a bad ground in heater motor circuit
your oil might be too thin
I suggest you replace your vehicles thermostat; it is located at the lower end of the top radiator hose within the water outlet on the engine.