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Where is the thermostate on a 1997 honda crv i took out the top hose but there is no thermo in it

I took out the rad hose the top one but there is no thermostate in it

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The thermostst will probable under the bolt on part that you took the hose off as it is in the aluminium section and not the hose

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You may have air in the system. Run the car with the cap removed and the defrosters on allowing air to escape. Add antifreeze as needed to keep full while running. Fluid level will drop as thermostat opens.

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SOUNDS LIKE YOUR THERMOSTAT IS STICKING,REPLACE THERMOSTAT FIRST OVERHEATING WILL DAMAGE ENGINE.IF THAT DOSEN'T WORK HAVE WATER PUMP CHECKED.FANS WON'T TURN ON IF HEAT FROM ENGINE IS NOT FLOWING INTO RAD BECAUSE THEROMOSTAT STUCK CLOSED,OR WATER PUMP FAILING

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Thermostate location for 1997 honda crv


Follow bottom radiator hose from the radiator to the engine block, thermostat is there, it takes a short 10 mm 3/8 drive socket to remove the bottom bolt, and a 10 mm wrench to remove the top bolt. Drain the radiator first in a clean bucket, so you can reuse the coolant, then take the breather hose off the fuel injection body, then once you have removed the two bolts off the goose neck, you may be able to pry it apart at the top between the two cast pieces, you will also need to remove the ground screw on the housing, and the radiator hose attached to it, make sure you put the thermostat in the same way you took it out, the thermostat goes between the gasket, take very little gasket compound and put it on the goose neck , this will help keep the thermostat in place when putting back together, be sure you have all the hoses hooked back up and its snug, also the hose going to the injection body, put your antifreeze back in the radiator first them fill the coolant jug just past max run the car till the radiator fan turns on then turn it off and let cool for a bit and repeat until you have all the air out of the system and the coolant jug it filled to max as it runs to operating temperature! you will have to buy an extra 2 gallons of prestone antifreeze, because you'll have lost some from taking the goose neck off the thermostat housing! Good Luck!

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My vehicle overheats, quick. no water is getting to the enjene. i have flushed the radiator, i took the rad. cap off and let it run and it took no time at all to gush out. my hose is brick hard and hot to...


Do not take out your themostat.

You need to Burp the air bubble trapped in your engine. You need to park the truck uphill on ramps and leave the radiator cap loose or put a U clip under the cap spring to keep it unseated.

Start engine and let it run until the thermostat opens and the upper hose is hot. Let it cool down and keep filling it as it cools. Repeat 3 times.

Then once more but tighten cap for the cool down and make sure overflow reservoir is kept to the full mark.

If that doesn't work, have a shop perfrom "Evac/Fill" to clear the air bubble.

Let us know.

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Howw to replace a termnostat on 1997 Honda Crv


follow big rad hose at top of rad to engine.will be small cover bolts or screws,remove may have rubber oring or gasket be sure it is cool aluminum will strip out when hot

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Engine overheating how do I replace the thermostat


follow the top rad. hose back to the motor there you will see a hose clamp. loosen the clamp or if factory clamp some chanel locks work best and slide it on the hose and pull and twist the hose all in one motion and when you get it off you will see the neck of the themo housing the two should be 10mm studs or nuts. remove them and pull the housing off. after that clean the surfaces and replace with the new thermo and gasket, make sure you put it back just like you took it apart.

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Hi Honda crv (98) R overheating.


SOUNDS LIKE YOUR THERMOSTAT IS STICKING,REPLACE THERMOSTAT FIRST OVERHEATING WILL DAMAGE ENGINE.IF THAT DOSEN'T WORK HAVE WATER PUMP CHECKED.FANS WON'T TURN ON IF HEAT FROM ENGINE IS NOT FLOWING INTO RAD BECAUSE THEROMOSTAT STUCK CLOSED,OR WATER PUMP FAILING

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Honda Odyssey Coolant System Prob.


You may have air in the system. Run the car with the cap removed and the defrosters on allowing air to escape. Add antifreeze as needed to keep full while running. Fluid level will drop as thermostat opens.

Dec 14, 2009 | 1997 Honda Odyssey

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We cant find the thermostat on my crv 2000


THE TOP RAD HOSE GOES TO THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING.THE HOUSING NEEDS TO COME OFF TO REPLACE IT.DRAIN DOWN YOUR COOLANT FIRST.HAVE FUN!

Oct 10, 2009 | 1997 Honda CR-V

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Where do I find the thermostat on a 96 Honda CRV 2 Litre


thermo is on top hose opens to let cool water in once hot water has activated it so yes it will be on top hose on block

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1999 Honda crv running hot


hi i don't know what mechanic you went to but blown head gasket will cause the engine not to idle/run right. usually when you replace the thermostate you have to then run the car obviously with water in the radiator and crack the little screw where the thermostate is located. this will allow the car to release any trapped air in the lines and you may need to keep topping up the radiator. im not a mechanic but i know alot about cars. i came across this problem in my holden ute. it was running hot and that was why. too much trapped air. easiest way is too crack that screw and remove it. run the car while keeping an eye on the radiator water level you will see if there is air in there it won't squirt water out continuously once it does run continously turn the car off put the screw back in warning it will be quite hot retop te radiatior if need and you should be good too go. it solved the same problem i had. have fun cheers

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