Question about 2003 Honda Pilot
Sounds like you have either low coolant, due to not properly bleeding air from it when the coolant was changed, or the thermostat is not working, or possibly not right for the vehicle. (Honda's typically don't like aftermarket t-stats because they don't work as efficiently as the factory ones. And most are missing a bubble bleeder for air to pass through. (the little ball valve in most t-stats) You should also see if the cooling fans are stuck on all the time. They should cycle on and off fairly quickly as the switch calls for them. Air bleeding is critical as you have a large system with an aux. rear heater unit too. Even a relatively small air pocket trapped inside can wreak havoc on the operation of all related systems.
Posted on Apr 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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