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No heat changed thermosta what else could it be.

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When engine is warm is the top radiator hose hot, can you squeeze it ?
If not then you may have a bad head gasket.
Please let me know.

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My 2000 Acura TL 3.2 had no heat. It's flowing all cold air when i turned the temperature to 90 degree. Is it my thermosta had a problems? How to fix this?


Never seen one of these cars but if in doubt ask a local mechanic to have a look for you ,in the heater hose feed to the heater could be a electric solonoid type switch that opens the valve inside the water pipe housing that the solonoid sits on and it could somehting wrong here like either the solonoid isnt operating or no power being sent to it from the climatic control computer or the plunger inside the housing is stuck ,use a mechanic recomended by a friend or relative to check the type of system ,The parts are or can be expensive and i have removed the automatic valve and fitted a tap with a manual cable from a bicycle gear change before now but i cannot recommend this as although it works other people who answer questions on here are altogether happy with some of my cowboy jobs ,but i used to be a fleet fitter with lots of own company vehicles not a dealer fitter and the owner was a refugee from a concentration camp in poland and he didnt like spending money ,an under statement to say the least

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Did you install the thermostat backwards? Was the car overheating before you replaced the thermostat?

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My car is over heating.. I replaced the thermosta and it is still over heating.. the next step is to replace the water pump.. I would lik a picture of the the water pump on the motor so I know where it is...


I assume you have checked the cooling system to ensure that first that it is full and second that there are no leaks. Those pesky little bypass hoses tend to go hard and split if they are over 5 years old, allowing coolant loss. The over heating could also be caused by a clogged radiator.

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Change Thermostat


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I need to change my thermostat


Follow the hose from the top of the radiator. It is under the hose where it connects to the motor.

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Little heat when on third and fourth blower range.


Sound like you have a plugged heater core. But two things you need to check first
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2). Check to see if your inside heater/cooling doors under the dash are working properly. If so you most likely have a partially plugged heater core.

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well if u changed thermosta did u noticed if both were same & had little hole on top of the old 1 lot of times aftermarket dont have them & u need to drill 1 urself same spot....or could b heater core going out

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Thernmostas locations


buy the book for the car at pepboys or your local parts store and then you'll know where everything is

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