Bleed valve is located on top of thermostat housing.
rplaced and bleed brackes on a 95 Honda civic but still no brakes
The cooling system is bled using the bleeder screw found on the thermostat housing. To find the thermostat housing on a 1998 Honda Civic follow the lower radiator hose to its outlet. While the cooling system is running loosen the bleed valve. When bubbles stop coming out the system has been bled.
On a 5th generation Honda Civic the thermostat housing is located on the back of the engine, bolted to the transmission end of the head. Follow the lower radiator hose to where it connects to the engine and that is the correct place. This generation of Honda uses a gasket on the housing, not sealant, be sure to orient the thermostat with the bypass pin up and use a new gasket. Be sure to top off your coolant with 50/50 distilled water antifreeze mix. And always bleed the system of air bubbles, there is usually a bleed nipple located for easy access, Hondas are very picky about air bubbles.
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To put brakes pads on a 1994 Honda Civic, you will need Bleed brake fluid.
follow lower hose to rear of engine. rember to bleed. bleeder located on the upper radiator hose housing.
Pump the pedal to the floor and then screw on the cylinder.
You don't fix it you replace it. Drain the radiator, replace the hose, and the thermostat, flush the system, install a 50/50 mixture of antifreeze and water, bleed the system.
Start pumping it first then go about bleeding the break fluid
turn steering wheel lock to lock several times.
right at the end of the top radiator hose near the engine