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Find the heater hoses in and out and join the two together using a suitable joiner and hose clips.
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's probably the valve in the cooling hose that lets coolant flow into your heater core. This is up against the firewall about 3/4 of the way down on the passenger side. When you switch the knob from warm to cool, you should be able to see the little "arm" on the hose move back and forth. You may need someone else to watch as you move the temperature knob back and forth.
Also, watch out for over heating (not due to the valve), because it could mean that you could need to replace your water pump and/or thermostat in the near future. If you haven't replaced your timing belt recently (or if you have) and didn't change the water pump at the same time (Honda recommended) Your water pump could be failing.
Odds are pretty good though that it's just where the cable connects to the valve. It may have rusted over time and stuck, or broke the end of the cable, or just need lubricating/bending back into place.
If this is not the case, then you may just have a clogged heater core and should have your coolant system thoroughally flushed in the near future. If none of these work, you may need to replace your heater core.
Drop me a line when you check these over and I'll see what I can come up with.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
both are located in the exhaust system. You have to get the car off the ground and follw pipes. You cant miss the O2 sensors.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
You'll have to remove the plastic cover (from inside the vehicle), there there are three 10mm bolts that hold the base onto the door.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
your best bet is to go to the library + check out a chiltons/moter/mitchells or haynes repair manual any of these books will give you the step by steps + diagrams to do the job
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
It may not be the motor. 99% of the time it is the switch. Take the switch out and remove the wires from the swithc. touch the two wires to gether and see if the window moves. It will not shock you so no worries. If the window moves you can either tear the switch apart and sand/clean the contacts inside the switch and replace it or go to the wrecking yard and buy the switch at a pick a part and replace it for 5 or 10 bucks. Those guys wheel and deal so say if it is 10 bucks then say you only have 6 on you. He will take it. If not say you will check in your change cup in the car. Then just pay him. Its always worth a try. LOL I hope this heals your owie, The Raz
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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