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How to Replace a Honda Civic Thermostat

Responsible for keeping your engine from overheating, the Honda Civic thermostat also maintains your operating temperature. By keeping your coolant temperature in the operating...

How To Deal With Overheating

Overheating is often first detected when your temperature meter begins to climb into the red, or your check engine light or temperature check light...

How To Replace a Honda Passport Thermostat

The thermostat is a regulating device that's vital to the proper cooling and operation of your Honda Passport. When your 6VD1 3.2 liter Honda...

How To Fix a B18 Blown Head Gasket

Whether you have a blown head gasket due to your Honda DOHC B18 engine overheating or from abuse, it's never a good time. Excessive...

How To Replace Your Geo Radiator

The radiator and thermostat in your vehicle are responsible for controlling the flow of coolant through your engine. When your vehicle is overheating or having...

How To Avoid a Blown Head Gasket – GEN III

Blown head gaskets are nothing new for GM GEN III truck and van owners, who have found many different ways to avoid overheating. Despite...

How To Install a Fan Controller

When it comes to the cooling part of your performance vehicle, too often enthusiasts overlook their fan wiring. Aftermarket radiator companies like Mishimoto, Koyo...

Press Release : Mishimoto cools off the Evolution X

Mishimoto proudly announces the all-new 08+ Mitsubishi Evolution X Oil Cooler Kit. Specially designed for your Evo X, this kit features V-mounted dual oil coolers...

Press Release : ProForm New High-Flow 15-Inch S-Blade Fan For 1987-’93...

Got a cool Mustang that runs HOT! No worries, with this thermostatically controlled S-Blade Proform fan. This easy to install PROFORM® 15-inch S-Blade fan...