It could possibly be a clogged heater core
Trouble code P0128 means: Coolant Thermostat (Coolant Temp Below Thermostat Regulating Temperature)
Had the same problem on my 1991 accord. Replace the thermostat, gasket, and radiator cap. Also, get a gallon of coolant if your current coolant has been in there for more than three years. The thermostat is in the engine block. Simply drain coolant, remove the radiator hose from the engine - the hose that goes from the bottom of the radiator into the engine. There may also be a small spount that bolts into the block, remove the bolts and there is the old thermostat.
Every time you change the coolant.
If it is a V6, the cam belt, water pump, spark plugs, coolant, and thermostat, should have been replaced at 110,000 miles. If you have not done so, know that this is an interference engine. If the belt breaks you will have engine damage. If it is a 4 cylinder the spark plugs, coolant, & thermostat need to be replaced. Have brakes and suspension inspected.
Not necessary to drain all coolant, just enough to be able to remove radiator hose from thermostat housing and prevent much leakage.
The 1988 Honda Accord coolant temperature sensor can be found on the front of the engine. The coolant temperature sensor will be a few inches above the thermostat housing.
the connector is corroded
Check thermostat make sure fans work replace coolant easily done check manual
Where is the thermostat located on a 2002 Honda accord LX
Any sign of overheating, just replace the thermostat. On a 8 year old car it should be replaced and the cooling system serviced.
The thermostat in a 1992 Honda Accord is found in the thermostat housing. The thermostat housing can be found by following the lower radiator hose.
THe reassembly didn't go well. A failed seal, a cracked hose or similar.
If the car is overheating or if the temperature gauge is not coming up to normal operating temperature which is normally half way up the gauge then the thermostat needs replacing. As the water pump should be replaced at the same time as the cam belt every 90,000 miles, you should also replace the thermostat and coolant.If the car is overheating or if the temperature gauge is not coming up to normal operating temperature which is normally half way up the gauge then the thermostat needs replacing. As the water pump should be replaced at the same time as the cam belt every 90,000 miles, you should also replace the thermostat and coolant.
Low of coolant, thermostat is stuck closed, radiator is clogged, cooling fan is not working, or blown head gasket.
The best place to start would be to check the coolant level in the radiator. If the coolant level is low, fill to full level. If the engine is not reaching the normal operating temp, then the thermostat is bad. Just replace the thermostat with a new one.
i replaced alt batt and some fuses my 91 accord lx will not stay charge over 10.60 volts what is the problem
where is the thermostat on a 1997 Honda accord i have never seen one in the bottom radiator hose
The coolant temperature sensor on a 1998 Honda Accord is located next to the thermostat housing. The sensor has a blue clip located on the right side of the engine compartment.
Unless there is a problem with the wiring under the seat the sensor will have to be replaced.
you can find this, near near thermostat where the upper hose of radiator terminating in engine. It looks like a plug to pull out.
Antifreeze and coolant are the same thing.
An Accord will run without a thermostat. But, it will not operate properly. The heat, fuel/air mixture, even the mileage depend on the thermostat keeping the engine in the correct temperature range.
Defective thermostat. Service the cooling system and replace the thermostat.
A = Replace engine oil1 = Rotate tires and check air pressure 5 = Replace engine coolant and replace thermostat
Its job is to block the flow of coolant to the radiator until the engine has warmed up. When the engine is cold, no coolant flows through the engine. Once the engine reaches its operating temperature (generally about 200 degrees F, 95 degrees C), the thermostat opens. By letting the engine warm up as quickly as possible, the thermostat reduces engine wear, deposits and emissions.