Question about 1995 Honda Accord
It is hard to say definitely without a make, model and year of car. But I would follow the large radiator hose to the engine block. If the hose connects to a cast iron elbow with two bolts holding it to the block smile you most likely found it. Drain the radiator fluid, unbolt the two bolts and you should see the thermostat. Clean the old gasket of the block and elbow and bolt the elbow and new thermostat and gasket to the block to the manufactures torque specs. I would buy some radiator flush if it has not been flushes for several years. Fill the radiator with the correct ratio of coolant and water replace the cap then run the engine for 15 minutes and look for leaks or listen for hissing from the leaks.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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