Question about 1999 Honda Accord
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are you saying it overheated after a new head gasket? i sure can not tell. my guess, not, my guess is this.
car overheated (first)
compression flat on x cylinders.
so i check head for warp, not warped (.002' max) so tried a new head gasket.
hook up computer , (scan tool, you mean the OBD2 scan tool?)
sure , the immobilizer.
the car engine brain, is called PCM, not connected kills all spark and fueling. in fact all that is PCM , created, all the time.
so what computer? some cars have 12 on board,
the service manual is there. see ISC?
the shifter has a park lockout and has a bypass. feature, see the
operators guide for bypass steps.
these the lost operators guide here, for how the IMMO works.
my guess, is you figured all IMMO issues, and reset it and configured it.
Posted on Nov 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will have to replace the fan sensor. If the fans are not working then the temperature will rise when stopped and cool down when running because of the air coming through he radiator.
A head gasket leak will show up by lose of water and bubbles in the radiator, with it topped up to the neck of the filler. Worst indication is water in the oil and out the exhaust.
Posted on Oct 05, 2011
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