Four Seasons 86024 | Lower Engine Coolant Thermostat Housing

Part Number
86024
Thermostat Housing

Fits: 13-17 Honda Accord, 15-19 Acura TLX, 15-19 Honda CR-V

Special Price $62.89 Regular Price $73.99
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BRAND:Four Seasons


FEATURES:


  • Acura TLX (19-15) >> Honda Accord (17-13)| CR-V (19-15)
  • Direct-fit replacement for ease of installation
  • Meets and/or exceeds OEM standard
  • Thermostat Housing
  • 100% leak tested
  • Includes quality gasket or O-ring to ensure proper seal (where applicable
  • Thermostat Housing
  • Engine Coolant Thermostat Housing
  • Thermostat Housing
  • Water Outlet
  • Engine Coolant Thermostat Housing


SPECIFICS:


California Proposition 65Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
DescriptionEngine Coolant Components
Flange Thickness0.552
Gasket Or Seal IncludedNot Included
Inlet Port Diameter1.750
MaterialAluminum
Meets / Exceeds OEM?Yes
Overall Height IN5.500
Stylew/o Thermostat
Thermostat Included?Not Included
TypeThermostat Housing





INTERCHANGE:


  • Compressor Works: 815844
  • Dorman: 9025829
  • Cooling Depot: 86024
  • Motorad: CH7024
  • Four Seasons: 86024
  • Acura: 193215A2A01
  • Murray: 86024
  • NAPA Solutions: 60541051
  • Four Seasons: W98554
  • Honda: 193215A2A01

APPLICATIONS:


  • 2015-2019 Acura TLX
  • 2016-2017 Honda Accord
  • 2013-2015 Honda Accord - Position: Lower
  • 2015-2015 Honda CR-V - Position: Lower
  • 2016-2019 Honda CR-V
Customer Questions
When to replace the engine coolant thermostat?
The engine coolant thermostat should be replaced if it is not functioning properly or as a preventive maintenance measure after a certain mileage or time interval.
What is an engine coolant thermostat?
An engine coolant thermostat is a component that regulates the flow of coolant through the engine to maintain optimal operating temperature.
Will the engine coolant temperature sensor keep the car from starting?
In most cases, a malfunctioning engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT sensor) will not prevent the car from starting. The engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT sensor) is responsible for monitoring the temperature of the engine coolant and sending that information to the engine control unit (ECU). The ECU uses this information to make adjustments to the fuel mixture and ignition timing for optimal engine performance.
Does PartsHawk carry an engine coolant thermostat for Mazda 6?
Yes, PartsHawk carries an Engine Coolant thermostat for Mazda 6
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