I just received your reply to my query, but there's no thermostat installed earlier. I can not locate the place to install a new one. I oped the bolts, but couldn't find a suitable place to put the thermostat on.
Please elaborate in detail as to where & how exactly this thermostat is to be installed. I don't get my car heated even after 30 minutes & the reason is " No thermostat" insise. Also, please give me some useful tips to increase/maintain the car temparature under chilled weather conditions.
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Re: Thermostat installation in Honda accord 1992
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine you will find a housing on the engine where the upper radiator hose leads you too, there is two bolt remove it, you will loose coolant look at the way you remove it from the housing that's the same way you will reinstall it.
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the thermostat is located at the end of your upper radiator in a housing .there are 2 ten mm. bolts that hold the housing on. loosen going counter clockwise .make sure engine is cold .take housing off the t-stat is there.hope this helps!!!!!!!!
Hi there ... I'm not sure if you've pulled the old thermostat out yet. If you haven't pulled it out look at the way it's in. Normally the but end is towards the engine. (**** end is the end with the spring in it)
you need to follow the upper hose that lead from the radiator to the engine, there is two bolt that connect the thermostat housing to the block loosen the bolt using a 10 mm socket with ra-chet. Make sure that the engine is cool off before attempt to do this you will lose coolant but that's ok you will add the coolant when you finish replacing the thermostat. start the engine with the radiator cap off then add coolant slowly and cap it, then fill the reservoir up.
note the way you remove the thermostat that's the same way you will put the new one so pay attention when you remove the old one good luck.
U should be able to Follow the upper radiator hose to the engine. The hose will be clamped onto the thermostat housing, remove hose clamp, remove hose, remove 2 bolts attaching housing to engine, inside is your thermostat, be sure to install new one in same direction, ( engine will overheat if it's installed backwards. Let me know how u do.