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Old 08-20-2018, 07:49 PM
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Re: Overheating Issue Discovered - Not Good News :(

Best bet is to find or download a factory shop (Helm) manual -- that'll have the most detailed, illustrated instructions available. There are lots of places advertising free manual downloads, but make sure that what you're getting looks something like this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1991-HONDA-...-/352312478844. The Haynes manual is acceptable, but not as well illustrated or detailed as the factory book. Anything else is wastepaper. Frankly, it's worth it even to buy a copy -- $46.50 from the original publisher, Helm, Inc -- because it's the best documentation you'll ever have for the car.

Unfortunately, my reference copy is the 1990 version, which doesn't have any of the B21-unique specs.
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