How do you replace the thermostat located on a 1994 Honda Accord?
This small paragraph above is a woefully-ignorant response and not helpful.
My improved response: Drain coolant; remove air cleaner; remove air hose to air intake manifold (where throttle body is); remove lower radiator hose; remove thermoswitch wire plug; TA - DAH, only now are you ready to unbolt the thermostat and do the R&R on it, making sure the weep hole is at the top.
Reverse these steps to put together, obviously. The out-of-sight mount bolt is best handled with a deep dish 10 mm socket and 1/4" ratchet. Major tip would be to have a lower radiator hose with two new clamps handy -- and you should buy this AT THE HONDA DEALER because of precise fitting and bends, just as you should buy the proprietary blue coolant AND ABSOLUTELY MUST if the existing coolant that you initially drained is blue. If green, you could top up with green. It's still better -- no matter what the AutoZone or Advance folks would like you to believe -- to use the Honda coolant because of superior anti-corrosion formula.
Replace it with the exact same temperature thermostat as the one you removed. Do not run the engine without a thermostat. The thermostat is required to keep the engine running at the optimum temperature that will give the best performance and mileage. If it is overheating running it without a thermostat is not the solution.
How do you replace the line coming from the water pump going to the thermostat on a 1992 Honda accord?
The thermostat for the 90-93 accord is on the back left-hand side of the engine where the hose connects from the radiator to the engine, disconnect the hose and clamp it off or move it to the side as not to leak antifreeze (use a rag or container for antifreeze that comes from engine block). Unscrew the 2 screws from the hose adapter and take it off alone with the old thermostat. Replace thermostat as…