first you should have your car lift up. first you will have to take the wheel off so you can get to the crank pulley you will have to take it out. after that you might have to lift the engine up a little so you can take the black cover off then make sure you mark the time that is in mark it with something so later you can put it exactly the same way.
The transmission filter is not in the pan like most other vehicles. On a 1990 acura legend it's an inline filter kinda looks like a fuel filter but located by the radiator.
I used Valvoline VV155 MaxLife SAE 5w30 Motor Oil in my 1990 acura legend
same as the front brakes they r both disc brakes
Some parts are, the 2.7liter is but some of it's electrical components are not
In the gas tank
If timing is bad on a 1990 Acura Integra they car will either run incredibly rough out not at all. To fix the timing be sure to correctly align the distributor to the right factory specified degree.
Remove the belt from your 1990 Acura Legend alternator. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
its probably the main relay that needs to be replaced
Vegetable Oil for the rice burner.
you need a special tool called a t wrench
Sure it is!.. I have a 1990 Acura Legend, and they are very reliable vehicles, I would just look into the Vehicles history, and the maintenance upkeep on the car..
timing belts on Honda and acura motors should be changed every 70,000 miles, otherwise you run the risk of the belt breaking and bending valves