Question about 1995 Acura Legend
First off, while the car is cold, remove the radiator cap, and start the car. Let it warm up, and make sure the fan kicks on, and make sure the thermostat opens up. There is no danger in doing this. The cap is off, so no pressure can build in the radiator or burst out. That only happens when you remove the cap when the car is hot.You will see the coolant flow throught the radiator if the stat opens. If the fan doesn't come on, I would say you need a fan. If the fan comes on, and the coolant DOES NOT flow, you may need a water pump, or by chance, your new thermostat is bad. Also, without flow, that could indicate the radiator is bad. Flushes are good, but not always right. If you wait again til the car is cold, take the cap off the radiator, and get a bucket to drain the coolant in by taking the bottom hose off. Stick a water hose in the top and make sure water comes out of your bottom port. Hope it all goes well.
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