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More Problems after Time Belt Change and etc..

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Old 03-12-2007, 04:05 AM
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Well, I started to have most of the small hoses busting. Does anybody have the diagram of the Cooling systems. There are tons of hoses to cool the engine. I am in the process of changing all of them but forgot some of the placement of the hoses.

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theres 2 hoses to cool the engine... theres a ton of vacuum lines and theres a ton of AC lines but only 2 coolant hoses (disregarding the ones going to the heater)
 
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Old 03-12-2007, 10:40 AM
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ORIGINAL: RoKnAzn

... Does anybody have the diagram of the Cooling systems...
What, for every year that Honda made Accords? They're not all the same.

Several mail-order parts places have drawings on their websites, like hondaautomotiveparts.com. Put in your car's info, then you have to look at several parts pictures.
water hose
water pump
intake manifold
throttle body
(maybe some others?)
 
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Old 03-12-2007, 03:32 PM
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Oh forgot to tell yall what it is..hehe. 93 Honda Accord EX.
 
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theres 2 hoses to cool the engine... theres a ton of vacuum lines and theres a ton of AC lines but only 2 coolant hoses (disregarding the ones going to the heater)
Nope there is more then that...Check it out....

 
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Old 03-19-2007, 03:42 AM
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Well I replace all those Intake Cooling line with some 5/16 lines and filled up the Cooling system with coolant. I been have problems with the coolant evaporating or leaking somewhere. I dont know where! Its about to **** me off so bad. That I want to put this car on FIRE!.. I spent total 2 grand on This POS and it still having more problems. Please help or this will be some fawked up Honda....
 
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theres 2 hoses to cool the engine... theres a ton of vacuum lines and theres a ton of AC lines but only 2 coolant hoses (disregarding the ones going to the heater)
you are wrong my friend.......
there are many hoses that are part of the cooling system,, yes you got 2 radiator hoses, heater hoses, and a lot of bypass hoses .
the picture above ,shows all the little bypass hoses . oil cooler hoses , etc etc
, there are not a ton of a/c lines
and the final note.....Rok,, input the year and model in your signature
 
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How's your radiator cap? If it doesn't seal properly, it can leak there.

Have it pressure tested. When it's running & warmed up, the leak evaporates right away. You have to pressurize it cold so you can find the leak.

Maybe it's leaking into the combustion chamber (headgasket)?Check that with a leakdown test.
 
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Old 03-19-2007, 10:54 AM
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like Jim says you need to pressure test the system to properly see where the leak is at ..
also did i understand right that you replaced all those bypass hoses with regular hose ?? some of those bypass hoses are molded into a curved shape . i hope that the hoses you installed will not kink and restrict coolant flow
 
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Old 03-19-2007, 08:08 PM
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I have a 93 Honda Accord. I just install a new 16 lbs Radiator Cap. I'm about to order the stockbypasshoses. Since this is not working 5/16 Fuel Line Hoses. Plus the Figure above. Where is 13 and 14 located? Didnt see those any where. I might over looked it. Havent replaced thoses..
 

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