Jose Martinez: I got my air control valve replaced with a brand new one, my mechanic is
now telling me it needs a new thermostat because the RPMS won't go to 1000
It stay at 1500 or 2000 in neutral, my check engine light comes on, so
should I change the thermostat? For a honda civic LX 1999 (4door)
David Watson: Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge...I just spent the last hour
removing the upper radiator hose and housing to replace the thermostat and
lo and behold there was no thermostat in there. I freaked.,..then I came
inside and found your video and got the proper location of the thermostat
and the correct way to change it out...very professional video...thanks so
much again, Dave
Shy Vang: Awesome Video.....
Mars Flee: Thank you Mr.Parlow for taking the time to make this video. It helped me a
Lee Kresge: Nice background music, btw.
Pierre Robinson: This was great!. Just an fyi.. My hose was a PITA to get off. and the bolts
for the thermostat housing were at an angle (99 integra) which made it a
little harder to get off.
Todd Hecker: What about scraping off some of the old gasket and cleaning it up? Gasket
Alex Man: Did the bad thermostat cause ur fans not to turn on be cause because the
water wasn't flowing to the thermostat switch
Viet Nguyen: thanks so much for posting
darcopecovich: thanks man
Nicolas Uribe: thank you bro for making this video
Allbbrz: Did u get the overheat problem fixed after all ?
SubLock: Great video! The thermostat housing for my D15Z8 is smaller and located
closer to the header cover, but the general directions works just fine =)
ohsnapsdowg2692: thanks alot. this video helped so much! great step by step guide too
greanmoonlight: Wondering if you would help me out. My car keeps running hot and smoking
(white smoke under the hood). Just had the thermostat changed (supposedly).
Also had some other things done but its still doing it. It's also idling
too high so that when I have my foot on the brake the car roars and whn I
take my foot off the brake it takes off by itself. ... it'll keep taking
off then pausing, taking off then pausing without stop. Any ideas?
Tony Casazza: Thank you very much for the video. I have a 1995 Accord LX and the
thermostat was in the same location. The bolt locations were slightly
different from your car and one of the locations was behind the bracket
bolt, so I had to remove the bracket bolt first and then I could reach it
with my ratchet. Thank you again for the video!
andy623az: just used this video to fix my 95 accord lx. no more overheating! love you.
would love to send you a donation via PayPal for this
TheMrParlow: I'm not 100% but that is probably your heater core.
dl1422: this was buy far best turtorial ever!!!!
Carlos G: Good instructions, but your video is shaky..Hey someone to hold the cam for
you..once again awesome instructions
Ramon Munoz: thank you for great video and it help me alot.
TheMrParlow: It should definitely help with the heater, A lot of heat issues are
directly related to the thermostat.
Toni Hazelbaker: Thank You for posting this video! First Honda I've owned, wasn't sure where
the thermostat even was!
htowngoonies: that hose isnt the drain/outlet. thats the inlet hose lol
kingsley Chan: Great tutorial! well done to point out the locations of the bolts and to
warn us of the potential mess! Really helped with my change as well!
Gabriel85885: Dude, this is one of the best videos I 've seen on
YouTube!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You did not leave any details out regarding
the change of the Thermostat. Also, it is very impresive how easy you make
it seem. Wow, YouTube is amazing! Thanks bro!
sargentppeper: Thanks for your video! I have a 91 Honda Accord and it's been overheating
(the secondary cooling fan would come on more frequently) for some time
now. I checked the radiator for leaks, I would have to fill it a couple of
times with 50/50 coolant cause the level would be low again after driving
it a day or two. Just yesterday while driving for 20 minutes, the hose
that's connected to the thermostat and the other end to the bottom of the
radiator blew. Was this due to a possible bad thermostat?
Tommy Salami: i need HELP please im about change my thermostat on the exact kind of car
but it was ridged to keep fan on how do i change it back?
Robert Blevins: hey, mind helping me out? I have a leak just beyond this part you were
replacing. the leak came from a big hose and there are 2 smaller hoses
right beside it. there was coolant in the hoses, trying to figure out what
the part is called.
Carlos G: Have someone...
Mechanicsville804: Nicely done. I'm confident I'll be able to do this to my civic here
Joe Ziegler: This video is brilliant! Thank you so much. I took a little longer than 10
minuets but you were helpful beyond measure. Great job! Look forward to
spam420rice: can i totally remove my thermostat and put liquid gasket? or will i have to
replace my thermostat due to rubber gasket?
Mikey V: nice video thnx
MrCed704: hey man,i have a 1990 honda accord lx,and i need to find out how to change
my radiator,can u help?and this video was very helpful.thanks
Logan Wynn: Thanks for the video. It helped me on my 96
kaysky14: that was a very informative video. know that i know where my thermostat is
at i will change it tomorrow
Eric Naron: you just changed your thermostat with ONE HAND! That's bad ass!
loco4chocha: Question that maybe u might know, I have a 95 integra, have a new radiator,
new thermostat, and im still having some overheating issues after my car is
running for awhile. While my car is in park and is starts to overheat if i
press the gas the gauge quickly shoots back down, any reason to y that
could be? Could it be the water pump that i would have to replace next? Any
advice would be helpful! Thanks!
Robert Caridi: Great video and very well done. Thanks!
JP Pers: nice close-ups and detailed explanation
sargentppeper: Forgot to ask, what's the purpose of the thermostat's function on my 91
Honda Accord? Greatly appreciate it :)
heathernoelg: Well done. Simple and easy. A women can do it herself. I love the make and
model and the mechanics are super simple
Quentin Fisher: Thanks, this video is a great help.
realstation: Thanks for the video!, I wasn't sure about the location of the thermostat,
there is like a housing in the upper hose in the front, but now I know, and
I have the same car which is great. I hope it helps with my heater.
jenniferbrownjr: I m so hurt the video not coming in at all. Please help!!
209juanantonio: My car is over heating I changed the thermostat too but its over heating
the thermostat was completely dry when I took it out what does that mean
Sara Parker: totally stoked to check this out tomorrow on my baby. very instructional
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