Question about 1995 Honda Passport
Check the over flow reservoir. If it has been filling up athen that is probably what you've been replacing. It sounds like the thermostat. I would change that first and see if that fixes it. It is located at the frontof the engine. You will have to take off the the hose that comes from the bottom of the radiator to the front of the engine at the thermostat housing. Take the hose off at the housing. Remove the three bolts that hold the housing and reveal the thermostat. You can eae the thermostat out put the gasket back in and put everything back together to see if this solves your problem. If it does then goto autozone, advance, O'reilly's or one of your local car parts dealer and get a new thermostat and replace it.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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