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Do you I need to replace the thermostat on my 1999 Honda Accord as a preventative measure only?

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    Car is over heating very quickly.

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1993 honda accord temperture gauge goes up to hot but the car is not running hot why does it do that help.

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No only if you have noticed a change in engine running temperature on gauge, colder or hotter than normal.

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