where is the flasher relay located 94 acura integra
I was informed by carl a tech at honaccurate, a reputable shop in boulder,CO that 94 acura integra does not have an EGR valve.
No integra has wider angle
Yes, it will. I have a 94 integra ls and i have two 12's in the trunk.
The water pump on a 94 Acura Integra is located on the front of the engine. It uses the power of the engine to circulate hot water from the engine to the radiator to cool 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
No, 90-93 was cable operated, 94-up was hydraulic.
there really isnt. a 90-93 integra has the b18a1 engine and the 94-95 integras have the b18b1 engine. the only difference is some small wiring differences and sensors that were added to the 94-95 integras
Did you mean GSR? Its in the fuel tank
check the fuel lines.. fuel relay, fuses, and if all else fails the pump.
Fuse for cruise control on a 1994 Acura Integra is found in the engine bay fuse box. The fuse is located in the slot labeled CRUISE.
To check a engine light you need some kind of scan tool and it will show you what kind of code or codes is set for the engine light to go off.
No, the brake booster on a 1994 Acura Integra is different from a 1992 model. The 1994 model is a different generation and uses a different sized brake booster.
You can install any Honda b series hydraulic transmission to your car, like the integra gsr transmission, or the integra type r transmission
depends on ur model. for a integra ls/rs/gs go for 10w30 for inegra gsr/type R go for 5w30
See this link. It explains it. It is EASY. http://www.ehow.com/how_6129382_replace-pump-1994-acura-integra.html
On my '94, I went through dipstick. Make sure you get the HONDA/ACURA fluid from the dealer.
YES!!! but manual verses automatic really makes a load of difference.
Yes, but you'll need to change the headlights to 1998-2001 models.
Lug studs on a 1994 Acura Integra is pressed into the hub. To remove the lug studs safely raise and prop the car. Remove the wheel, brake components, and suspension parts from the hub. Press out the old studs.