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Honda CR-V Blown Engine?

wuckawucka Posts: 4
edited April 5 in Honda
Hello, I have a 2000 Honda V. It was overheating, so I put the car on a scanner and had no error codes. After checking the thermostat, radiator etc. and could find no problems. I decided to take the car to the local Honda dealer (used cars only). I live in Key Largo and have no other options. Anyway, they looked at the car and said that the engine is blown. Now I am no tech, but I drove the car there and it was running fine, in fact it did not overheat on the way there.
Anyone have any insight?
Thanks, Ben

Comments

  • I would suggest to take it for a second opinion. I would suggest to take it to another Honda dealer.
  • blueiedgodblueiedgod Posts: 2,797
    Ask them to explain why they think it is blown.

    Are you losing coolant?

    Do you get white smoke in the exhaust?

    Most likely what you have is a malfunctioning thermostat or cooling fan relay or fan itself.

    If anyone ever added a non-Honda coolant there is a chance that the water pump has been ground down by the silicates in non-honda coolants.
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