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Old 11-08-2007, 09:12 AM   #1
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Hi,

I'm thinking about changing the thermostat in my Accord and going with a hotter temp. Anyone put a hotter thermostat in their car? Any issues?

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a hotter temp thermostat?

192 sounds like a stock thermostat.
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180 seems standard. Looks like you can go up or down 10 or so degrees.
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hmm... for the life of me I just cant recall the stock thermostat temp

I know in the manual it says something like the thermostat is supposed to start opening at ~170 and be fully opened by 194 in the thermostat test.
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Just talked to a parts store. 180 is standard. They carry Stant thermostats and I can go up to a 195.
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For your best bet, stick with stock temp, unless you have major engine work done to your car you wont be doing any good going up or down, honda spent a lot of money figuring out what temp the head and block should be at while at operating temp, why change it
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Following up - I had a 195 Super Stat by Stant put in my car. The heat is toasty warm now.
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