low temperature

Asked by Mar 14, 2009 at 04:06 PM about the 1998 Honda Accord LX Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my problem is even my car reach the high temperature the niddle stay almost on the bottom usally it used to stay in the middle after it reached it's normal temperature.could guys help me in that situation?what should i do?

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while how you said it was quite cryptic, and made little sense, it sounds like you mean that the car is not getting as hot as it should be. the usual issue for this problem is the thermostat has failed and stuck open, causing the coolant to flow to the rad when it shouldn't. try replacing the thermostat, and if the gauge still does not show warm it could just be an issue with your temperature sensor, or the gauge itself, if that is the case take it to a garage to get the diagnostics read

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