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How do I get the alternator sleeve out of the way on a 98 Honda CR-V

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I'd tap it 'till it went backback where it fit again. Jolt tap it

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SOURCE: why honda 98 cr-v thermostat problem?

thermostat problem happens and unfortunately some do become faulty and you may need to replace it.I am assuming you are talking about the engine cooling thermostat switch that triggers the start of the fan here.Let me know if I am wrong and I will try my best to help.

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