Is there a special air bleed procedure when you replace antifreeze in a 1992 Honda Accord?
After you drain and refill, turn on the heater all the way hot. Then after 5 minutes open the bleed bolt on the thermostat housing to bleed the air out. - - - - - The way I always do it is to open the bleed bolt (12mm deep well socket), turn the heat on full, then add coolant to the radiator while watching the bleed bolt. When coolant comes out of it, add just a little more to the radiator, and close the bleed bolt. Don't get stupid with the torque; it's an aluminum bolt screwed into an aluminum fitting, which means it can't take a lot of force. Just get it snug. Put on the radiator cap and you're done.
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…
Silicate (green) type antifreeze does not mix with red type antifreeze. Never mix them in a cooling system, the organic acids in orange types will cause precipitation of silicates in the green type and corrosion protection is greatly reduced. Always use what is recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.
Where is the transmission fluid temperature sensor on a 1998 Honda Accord and how do you replace it?
The timing belt on a 4 cylinder Accord can be changed by removing the accessory belts, valve cover, crank pulley, timing covers, timing belt and then reversing the procedure. For more detailed instructions check out the Honda Timing Belt Tech Article at DenLorsTools.com, it also gives how to tips and common mistakes to avoid. == ==
I'm not sure about a Honda Accord, but all cars are pretty much the same. You can remove the radiator cap and add antifreeze, or you can look for the antifreeze "overflow reservoir". A piece of tubing from near the radiator cap should run to a plastic jug about the size of a gallon or two. It usually sits off to one side or the other under the hood. The side of the overflow reservoir…
Replace the thermostat, and see if this corrects the situation. While you are doing this service the cooling system by flushing and replacing the coolant with a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water. Do not forget to bleed all air from the system. Inspect the radiator cap and replace if necessary. If this does not correct the, no heat, then look at the heater control valve.