The temperature control knob does control a cable, the valve is in a heater hose low on the passenger side of the firewall in the engine compartment. Check to make sure the cable is still over the pin on the valve and make sure the cable jacket is still clamped to the valve bracket. Also, pull the knob off the stem and make sure it isn't cracked such that it won't turn the metal stem sticking out of the dash. If all that is OK, check the cable by turning the knob all the way to cold, note the location of the lever on the valve, then turn the knob all the way to hot and see if the lever moved. Sorry, not sure how involved it is to change the cable.
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Sway bars are there to give cornering stability when steering and as such is a safety requirement. The link will be cheap and easy to replace so why waste time and risk safety to put it off. As to the heating problem and I would be checking the control module that allows the heater tap to turn on as it appears that there is insufficient coolant getting into the heater either from a tap half on or blocked hoses/core.
you might have air in the heater core if you let your antifreeze get too low. it might be too low now. maybe the temperature selector cable is broke and flap is closed to let heat come through. could be thermostat is stuck open and engine can't build heat. heater core might be plugged.
The plenum may be cracked, check for air blowing out where it should not, or the blender door is not opening, a cable sheath may have popped loose, or the heater core itself is clogged with leaf debris blocking air flow..
Most of the Accords ARE interference motors, however, I had a 92 Accord that broke a timing belt on the highway, and was able to get it running again just by replacing the belt. It had a slight tick,, but was a manual trans, so I ran it at high rpms for about 25 miles and it heated the valve stems up a bit and helped to straighten them out so the tick got alot quieter. Lemme know if this helps. Good luck!
There is a blower motor resister in the blower box it is pretty often you see this part go bad it's a easy fix with just a couple of screws.You will find this in the blower box on the pass side under the glove box .Hope this helps!!