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Re: changed the thermastat in 91 Honda Accord now car...
Thermostat housing right top of the starter probably you drain all that coolant on it or damage some cables on starter check the cables and connection on starter and get electric parts cleaner from part stores and clean it up..
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Start with disconnecting the battery, the remove the belt. You can just remove the tensioner bolt altogether. Then remove the lower bolt. Disconnect the connector from the alternator, remove the nut Hilding the battery cable to the back of the alternator. Remove as gentle as possible, so you don't need to fix anything else. Have fun
Make sure the ignition switch is turned
OFF . Disconnect the negative battery cable first, then the
positive cable from the battery.Remove the battery hold-down clamp
nuts, the clamp and the battery from the vehicle.To install,be
sure the battery is seated correctly on the battery tray. Make certain the
battery retainer is securely fastened.Connect the positive battery cable first, then the
negative battery cable.
does it turn over every time when you say doesn't start need a better description ,check battery ,battery cables,battery terminals if it does crank and just doesn't start check ignition switch ,main relay or ignition ignitor
it sounds like the battery was drained again but this one should be under warranty.Get it running again and look into those cutoff switches that automatically shut the lights.Until then.be extra careful, maybe even leave yourself a note on the drivers door to
'shut the lights'.