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Well the 1987 Honda crx si ECU is interchangable with the 1987 Integra ECU, plugs rite up
its in tha manual. go tha index of tha manual n it will say!
The 1994 Acura can have several problems to cause it from starting. Check for fire at the spark plugs, and check the crank and cam sensors for any issues.
Try changing spark plugs and wires
maybe bad gas water try some dry gas
1995 Acura Integra probably doesn't have a distributor, it would have coil packs, follow your spark plug wires from the spark plugs back. where the spark plug wires stop that's what has taken the place of your distributor. Its computer controlled the computer is probably under the dash on the passenger side of the car
Hard to start when warm for your year of Integra is most likely due to the Main Relay malfucntioning. High mileage Acura/honda of the early 1990s are prone to this problem. The part is fairly cheap from your Acura/honda dealer and it takes about 10 minutes to replace.
Check Spark Plugs, make sure you have Reg spark plugs and not cold plugs.....Could be that if you are using 5w30 oil you may have to switch to 10w30 oil during cold season...Thats the only 2 things i can think of
A 2001 Acura CL can be tuned up in several different ways. The oil can be changed, the shock plugs can be replaced, and an emissions test can be performed.
Acura Legends do not have obd2 plugs. They are all OBD1.
If You looking for OEM for decent price use NGK Iridium Spark Plugs. make sure you gap them properly though for good clean spark. OEM recommends .004 gap.
may be many things , spark plugs, spark plug cables , distrubuor , gas , alternator not charging the battery or a bad battery maybe evn gas - *PhAZe II* -
You can remove the 2001 Acura spark plugs with a 5/8 deep well socket. Turn the socket to the left to remove the spark plugs. Reverse the process to install the new spark plugs.
I have the same issue on my 89 integra. I've replaced the plugs, cables, fuel filter, PCV valve with no luck. What I noticed is that the stalling and hard warm-starting goes away when I use fuel injector cleaner in the fuel monthly. Next, I plan to replace the fuel injectors.
It's the thick black cable running into the firewall located next to the master cylinder. The one end plugs directly into the speedometer, the other end directly into the top part of tranny.
Im guessing this integra has an automatic transmission in it. The reason I say this is because it sounds like your trany is about shot. I realy can't say this is the problem without taking a look at it myself. PeaceAnswerProbably needs a tune up.you should check first your plugs and then the throttle cable if this does not help you then you need to take it in
that means you are eff you see kayed
Does the new pump run? if yes then is there spark at the plugs? also did you replace the fuel filter?
No, as long as they were working good before you changed plugs and did not break them while changing the plugs they will work fine.
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check your distributor ignition module and go test it...
How about the plug cables? Check connections at distributor and harness, and they should generally be replaced at the same time as the plugs.
If it is missing it is probaly a coil pack
yes indeed but as long as the plugs are made up of notrogenic-solution.