Thermostat? or radiator? Greg
System could have a humidistat installed...
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The differential temp on the thermostat is set too close or your are short of refrigerant. I would have it looked at soon, short cycling is not good for the compressor.
it is possible if you live in a hot climate. i dont understand why you would remove it completely? if you want it to run cooler then but a 180* or 160* thermostat and a get a tune for your fans to turn on earlier.
if it is a v6 it would be the notorious plastic impeller water pump...they crack off the shaft internally... Scuba
When dealing with HVAC systems, notice that there are two systems at work, and two possibilities for failure: the HVAC control system, and the actual HVAC unit. Determine if your problem is in the function of the controller (blank screen, not turning on, relay does not click on when fan or thermostat is set past current temperature), or in the HVAC unit (thermostat relay is clicking but HVAC fan does not turn on, condenser outside fan is not spinning, etc.) If the air conditioner was 'grounded', as I understand it, I would think your HVAC breaker would trip. This should help you figure out your problem.
if you take it out then the coolant would continue going through the radiator and cooling the coolant, this would never let your engine get up to operating temperatures, the thermostat opens and closes depending on the temperature of the engine. leave it alone its there for a reason
This is water that has condensed out of the room air on the evaporator coils of the air conditioner, and it is completely normal. If the humidity is high, one will see more water condensing and dripping from the air conditioner than when the room air is dry.
no just water but i don't believe that conditioner would harm it
the solute in hair conditioner would be the moisters and the sovent would be the water that you start off with to make the conditioner. I hope that helps:), i askeed my teacher about that, and that is the answer that she told me.
Generally speaking, a thermostat should command an air conditioner (or a furnace) to turn off once the thermometer inside the thermostat senses that the a given temperature has been reached. For example, if you have manually set your thermostat at 75 degrees, the thermostat's job from that point on is to maintain that temperature, or a temperature within one or two degrees of that. If the thermostat didn't turn the air conditioner off periodically the house would get much cooler than desired; using up a large amount of (expensive) electricity, and over burdening the air conditioner compressor, prematurely wearing it out leading to a costly repair bill. You might look at as the thermostat giving the air conditioner a rest and your wallet a break. Many, if not most thermostats also serve another role which is to safeguard the electronic startup up equipment and motor of the air conditioning unit. You might experience this when attempting to turn the air conditioner back on within a few minutes of it having turned off. This is a built in safeguard feature which protects certain delicate components inside your air conditioner from premature burnout or an electrical overload. If you experience this it's best to wait ten minutes or so for the safety system to reset. Hope this answer was helpful. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for the reply, but when I said it "Shuts Off" it means that the Thermostat LED goes blank, as if there is no power to the syste.
Yes a bad thermostat would cause overheating in any car. A thermostat regulates the temperature.
Must be sticking, replace the thermostat.
no, the thermostat would have nothing to do with the car not starting.
The primary cause of a thermostat malfunction is corrosion. It prevents the thermostat from opening and closing as it normally would.
Conditioner is good or is it bad it is good
Using a Diesel fuel conditioner would be good for your engine and would not be bad at all.
I would start with checking your thermostat and thermostat housing. See if its regulating. If it is not replace the thermostat.
Follow the top radiator hose, to where it intersects with the motor. This would be the thermostat housing. Remove this, and the thermostat will be exposed.
It would be best if you would cover your air conditioner in severe weather.
i would like to know where is the thermostat on a 2002 Honda located