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Old 01-25-2005, 02:17 PM   #1
 
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I changed the thermostat... And Im still getting no heat... The engine is not overheating ... WHat can I do??
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You can tell us what year/version of Accord... They're not ALL exactly the same.

Check either air bubbles in your cooling system, or maybe a cable disconnected from the control **** to the actual valve.
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If the heater core and fan blower are recieving power, replace the heater core.
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99 ex..4 cylinder...

Where's the heater core?
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99 ex..4 cylinder...

Where's the heater core?
underneath the dashboard in the center against the firewall.
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Old 01-25-2005, 05:09 PM   #6
 
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WHat about that sensor on the thermostat...Could that cause the lack of heat...?
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That sensor sends the signal to your temperature gauge in your dashboard.
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Sounds like the heater core.
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First check the simple stuff. My '98 temperature **** broke at the little collar that pressed onto the shaft. You turn the **** but it doesn't turn the shaft. Use a little JBWeld, or else the **** is pretty cheap.

That **** turns an electrical control. There's a servo somewhere under the dash, with a cable that moves the actual heater valve. Check whether it's moving. Follow the heater hoses from the engine, one has the valve on it before going thru the firewall. It's close to the firewall, mid-height, sorta forward from the glovebox. That's got a lever that's worked by a cable. Turn the car on first, then have someone turn the heater control back & forth, while you watch for that thing to move. If that's OK, THEN you can worry about the heater core.

And like I said, check for air in the cooling system...
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I will agree with JimBlake on this one. You more then likely have an air pocket stuck in the system some were.
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Im goning to check that stuff..... Thanks Guys! Thanks Jim!
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there is a little lever under the passenger side of the dash, its right there in the open. pull that back as far as you can.. you should have heat.
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email me if you still have that problem. Kevinkim02134@yahoo.com
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I pulled the lever..I got heat now..Must have been stuck! THANKS GUYS!!!
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