The car in this answer is a 97 Accord, four door, four cylinder. Locate the thermostat by following the bottom hose of the radiator (the standard is to follow the top, however it is not there) it should lead toward the back of the engine compartment. The hose will connect to a joint connected to the block, this where you will remove the hose (catch the fluid in something a pan on the ground is easiest) feeling inside the port of the block you should find the thermostat. Remove the two bolts holding the joint to the block, the bottom of the two is the most difficult, I move a few things out of the way, pull out the old stat, line up the new one (it's an off-center type) put it in don't forget the new gasket, refill the system with fluid and check and test.
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yes, your lug pattern size is 4x114.3 for 94-97 Accords. All models.
There is a temperature sensor.
The valve is on the passenger side of the car follow the lower radiator hose back to the thermostat housing and it be top
The 1997 Honda Accord LX (either coupe or sedan) has 130 horsepower.
Pull the ashtray out and it is right there
with a screw driver
what is the difference betwen center and off center what is the difference betwen center and off center
Not 100% but it should fit yes the accord 5 gen was from 94-97
No, the only transmission that fits exactly is a 94-97 Accord. The 90-93 Accord can be used, but you will need the 90-93 flywheel. Chuck
It has no governor. The speed is computer controlled.
ask the dudes at Canadian tire
Correct answer: NO. The 1994-1997 Accords use a different hood than the 1998-2002 Accords. A '97 Accord hood will NOT fit your '99.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
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There are a few reasons a 1997 Honda Accord may not start. It is possible that the battery is dead or that it is out of gas. Another possibility is that the starter is worn out.
It will not work. A 1993 Honda Accord has a 4x114.3mm bolt pattern. A 1997 Acura Integra has a 4x100mm bolt pattern.
My advise is to pay a professional muffler shop to do this.
Doesn't have one.
You don't, the bumper is longer and it wont fit