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Thermostat replacement 1995 Honda Accord. Has cooland, water in the radiator. Driving around town temperature gauge climbing to red mark. No other steam or water leaks. Where is the thermostat located? Is this a part that I can replace myself without much trouble.

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Need to check your fan(s) before t-stat.

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