How Do You Change The Thermostat In A Honda CR-V?
Honda had an instant hit on its hands with the CR-V. Fuel economy, all-weather capabilities and terrific reliability have kept the CR-V a choice for the used-vehicle shopper. Follow this information to change the Thermostat in a Honda CR-V. Make sure the engine is completely cool. Take the battery ground cable from the terminal. Drain the cooling system so that the level is below that of the thermostat. Write down the security code and station pre-sets for the radio. Drain the coolant from the engine to a level below that of the thermostat. Use a sealable container to store the coolant. Release the tension on the clamp on the hose to the thermostat housing with a pair of pliers. Take the hose from the thermostat housing. Loosen the fasteners that hold the thermostat housing in place. Take out the housing then remove the thermostat. Set the new thermostat in place with a new seal. Position a thermostat with a bleed hole so that the bleed hole in on top. Use an anti-seize compound on the