Question about 1997 Honda CR-V
I took out the rad hose the top one but there is no thermostate in it
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
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
SOURCE: 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
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
I am not an auto trans expert so I am only guessing here
check you fluid level in the trans
You may have a sticky valve in the valve body of the trans
thats all I can think of sorry
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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