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Replacing thermostat in 2001 honda accord

Got it out, need to put new thermostat back in

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Most likely you will need to do this, yes, and unfortunately it's pretty expensive.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008



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SOURCE: thermostat in honda accord LX 1992

The hose that goes from the radiator to the front of the motor. There are two bolts on the engne block. The thermostat is located in there.

Posted on Dec 20, 2008


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SOURCE: My 2001 Honda Accord will not start, do I need a new starter?

if you turn the key and engine fails to budge ,are you getting a clicking sound as if their is life from your startermotor ,if so maybe your solenoid is sticking which is part of your starter. give it a tap with a hammer .if it doesnt cure the problem than your starter is faulty. or even select nuetral on your transmission and try then.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009


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SOURCE: 2001 honda accord, air conditioner is not working,

one fan is for the a/c it will cycle on when the a/c is turned on the other fan should be linked to the temperature sensor. check your fuses if you haven't already. then check your temp sensor. i'm not sure on a honda but most newer cars have multiple sensors so you will have to find out which on is for the fan. also you need to find out if the fan is controled by a pcm as some new model cars have almost everything controled through the powertrain control module

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Honda accord trunk latch spring fell out

It probably goes on the outside of the casing One end arond the cable to hold the latch against the cable

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