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Thermastat where is the thermastat located on my 1997 honda passport. The fan is working it overheats after i go about 3 or 4 miles it starts bubbling what could iut be

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When the engine is at normal running temp,feel the water hose on the bottom of the radiator.if it is hot then ur thermostat is fine,and its more likely to be a head gasket or airlock problem

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

  • monster88 Oct 19, 2008

    btw your thermostat is located where your top radiator hose meets ur engine

  • KrazyKyote Jan 11, 2011

    i believe the stat is actually where your lower radiator hose comes up to meet your engine.. correct me if im wrong but the upper goes back under your intake manifold..

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