Question about 1992 Honda Prelude
Is the thermostat installed correctly? There is a bleed hole on the thermostat with a rivet in it. That should be up. Is the coolant level topped off? There should be a bleed screw on the manifold if I remember correctly. Honda's are very sensitive to coolant level. Check the cooling fans to see if they are running. The left one should be for cooling and the right fan for when a/c is turned on. You can jumper the plug for the coolant temp sensor ( where the lower radiator hose attaches to the block) and the fan should run when the car is running. If all else fails, you should have your cooling system pressure tested as this could be a blown head gasket.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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Take off rad cap and start engine and let all air out this will take a good half hour and also to keep topping it up with coolant also turn on the
heat in the car.
when you had changed the thermostat you forgot to bleed the system and air will create problems.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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