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Hello,

I've got myself 2008 2.2 Honda Civic.

The problem I'm having right now is that it's so freakin cold in the car. When the engine reaches working temperatures (one/third on the gauge), it get's to 18~ degrees Celsius, when heater turned to the maximum.

Anyone faced this kind of problem?

Any idea how to deal with it?

Any sort of answer will be much help.
Thanks in advance
 

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Brrr, it's the wrong time of year to have heating issues.

Thermostat?

Coolant has an air lock?

What's the coolant level?

Has the issue just started?

Is your AC on too?
 

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dont metion heating
my boiler was condemend last tuesday on routine safety inspection
aparantly part of it is that rusty its breaking up
funny thing is only 2 months ago it had a new fan fitted
now for the real kick in the balls we still have no heating or hot water a week later
supposed to be gewtting new boiler tomorrow we live in a rented home (at the moment)
ive had big arguements with the housing assosiation and its got nasty now
ive lodged a offical complaint not only about the delay but also the T##T ive spoke to
now i work in a cold enviroment so i can handle no heating but after splitting with my ex and my dads health getting worse i mooved back to the family home my dad is 86 and in poor health
 

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Brrr, it's the wrong time of year to have heating issues.

Thermostat?

Coolant has an air lock?

What's the coolant level?

Has the issue just started?

Is your AC on too?
I had an idea that it might be thermostat ;/
Coolant levels ok,
AC is off,
Have this issue since summer, just it didn't really bothered me that much back then.
 
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