Search area where front floor boards are located, especially area where "ECM" Electronic Control Module (computer) is, if damp or has been wet before - could be a damaged ECM - which would cause no power being sent to fuel pump. Or your starter might not be working - once you take out the starter take it to AUTO Zone or place where they can check your starter to see if it's still working or not. Good luck.
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.
That all depends on the job that you have. Integra has positions ranging from technical services to executives.
Hi, Here's a diagnostic flowchart for troubleshooting starting problems, including the atarter circuit: http://www.ifitjams.com/starting.htm Wasn't clear from your question if you're looking for the starting circuit, or specifically the schematic of the starter. Morris
Check your relay which is under the instrumental panel on the left. When you are seating down on the driver seat, it will be above your left leg. Look for cold solder and re-solder it.
Bearings require a mechanical press to be properly changed in an Acura Integra. Remove the hub from the vehicle and take it to a press. The machine will properly install a new bearing and ensure a safe install.
Yes it will. I did it to my 90 integra 4door
Ignition timing is set on a 1989 Acura Integra by setting the distributor to the appropriate angle. When set at the factory recommended angle the car will turn over with no problems.
below the left side of the instrument panel behind the kick panel on the fuse box
Changing the instrument panel lights require removal of the dashboard. With the dashboard removed pull the gauge cluster out and take off the bulbs. Install the new bulbs.
check your distributor ignition module and go test it...
what model is ur integra? it could be a integra ls tranny or u have a integra gsr that comes with a gsr tranny
Yes, but it will not continue to run.
The timing belt on a 1999 Acura Integra should be changed every 75,000 miles. Once over the mileage limit there is a chance the belt will fail causing engine failure.
Chugging and hesitating can be caused by several problems with the Integra. Check for proper fuel pressure, as well as proper engine timing. Check the computer for any engine codes.
In the United States, there is no such thing as a 2003 Acura Integra. 2001 was the last year of production. Afterwards, the name was changed to the Acura RSX - although it is still called the Honda Integra in other parts of the world. But to answer your question, the fuel capacity on a 2003 Acura RSX is 13.2 gallons.
From 1994-2001 all integra's are essentially the same, 94-97 have amber colored turn signals, later models have red in the rear. Also in 98 the front ends and rear bumpers changed a little bit, same with wheel designs. Otherwise all cars are the same.
91 acura integra has a b18 91 acura integra has a b18
ya its always 90 to 93
integra DA is just the "code name" i guess you can say of a 90-93 integra. for example, DC2 is for 94-01 integra, DC5 is for the RSX....etc....
Acura makes the Integra.
integra gsr means help
Integra Hellsing is female .