Most modern vehiciles have electric fans on them to cool the radiators. The fan stays on for awhile after you shut off the engine, this is normal as long as the fan does not stay on all the time.
In a normal engine, no. In a high performance engine, maybe.In a normal engine, no. In a high performance engine, maybe.
If there is no insulation under the hood it will get hot even on a 30 minute drive. The engine operates at around 210 degrees fahrenheit. The engine sits very close to the hood so lots of heat is transferred. If the engine is running within the normal range and you know the gauge is good then all is well. BTW you 1989 Accord is an interference engine and the cam belt must be replaced every 60,000 miles. If the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Do not neglect this belt or it will cost you dearly.
This is normal for your car, The computer is working extra hard when the engine is cold Because it is not designed to operate at that temp, It is designed to warm up the engine and emissions system as quick as possible without damaging the engine, That is why MOST vehicles will run at A higher rate when COLD (BELOW NORMAL OPERATING TEMP). As for the up and down engine speeds, I can't answer that but it is normal, I have owned 3 of the CIVICs in that same engine family. Good luck, Jamison.
No lubrication is necessary under normal use.
The normal engine operating temperature, for a 3306 Caterpillar diesel engine, is 180 degrees. The engine should not be operated at temperatures above 200 degrees.
You do not have to plug anything. You will have normal brakes even if the ABS does not work.
Yes it is normal if you have an electric fan. The fan will run until the engine temp lowers to normal.
normal on the front face of the engine or the right hand side of the engine
The fan comes on and run continuously when the A/C is engaged which is normal. It will also come on to cool the coolant in the radiator to prevent the engine from overheating once the coolant reaches a predetermined temperature.
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Yes it is normal. That is the temperature that the engine was designed to operate.
Either the car will overheat (stuck shut) or the car will never reach normal temperature(stuck open). If there is no reading on the guage the temperature sender in the engine cylinder head is likely to be faulty.
According to my owners manual for a 2002 Honda accord EX, it is scheduled to be done at 105,000 miles for either normal or severe conditions.
Yes, it is normal
The normal size is c.i
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195 degrees F
Depends on the make of engine, but that sounds about normal .
For one thing the search engine is on the computer
Can be condensation which is normal or can be coolant if you have a blown head gasket.
The is normally an indication of worn rod or crankshaft bearings, especially if it is a high mileage engine.
Normal compression on a gasoline engine is about 125 psi.