Yes it will fit
From the Haynes Acura Integra Repair Manual, 156 in-lbs.
it will fit but you need to convert it to a cable clutch because the 98's are hydraulic
very carefully lol
The headlight assembly on a 1998 Acura Integra is held on by brackets. To remove them loosen the bolts on the brackets. Pull the housings off. Install the new housings by placing them on the brackets.
A 1998 Acura Integra fuel pump is located under the car. If you jack up the vehicle and get under it and remove the fuel tank the pump will be located inside the fuel tank.
Yes you just need to change the headlights and bumper lights along with the bumper
Yes you can i did it to mine.
unbolt the old one put in the new one
could not be getting spark our gas our timing belt no good
On a 1989 Acura Integra hatch back the brake lights are reached through the hatch itself. The brake lights housing are on the rear of the vehicle. Unplug the bulbs and replace them.
a vtec head, and a vtec enabled computer
Unleaded, at least 87 octane, using higher is cool but not necessarily better.
under neather the carpet in the trunk unless someone stole yours.
A supercharger, advance the ignition timing, reset the ECU, use high octane gas.
It takes about 4.1 qt
Yes, but you'll need to change the headlights to 1998-2001 models.
Hi...you can find all the required Acura Parts here http://www.theautopartsshop.com/auto+car-usa+parts/acura+integra+disc-brake-pad.html
No Honda never made 6 speed transmissions for b series engines, if your looking to have a Honda 6 speed engine in your integra go with a k20 from a Acura rsx type-s
Buy a new one from a auto part store and follow the instructions it will most likely come with
Integra Air was created in 1998.
yes pop your hood and look at the valve cover it should say VTEC on it you cant miss it but if you do theres a solenoid between the valve cover and distributor that controls vtec if its there you have vtec if not then you dont. but usually if the car doesnt say it anywhere under the hood you dont have it