sometimes pulling the battery cable works but your better off going to autozone or advance auto parts they will scan the on board diagnostics or O.B.D as its refered to and this tells whats wrong with the car to cause the light to come on most likely a bad sensor then they erase the codes. code reading is free the parts to repair are not.
what model is ur integra? it could be a integra ls tranny or u have a integra gsr that comes with a gsr tranny
could not be getting spark our gas our timing belt no good
could it be the thermostat or the fan itself?
The top control arm bushings are likely candidates.
Water pump, Radiator, thermostat, low coolant, blown head gasket, busted hose. Could be one or all but I would check these first.
it is possibly your calipers and or rotors.
There is a problem with power to that part of the vehicle. Check fuses as well as all wiring. Make sure that the ignition switch is operating properly and turning power on to these areas.
check the fuel lines.. fuel relay, fuses, and if all else fails the pump.
problem could be the rear strut
no spark our timing belt snap our jumped timing
According to Acura, 4500 for boats and 3500 for anything when using the Acura tow kit.
Yes, they could.
I tihnk it could be a head gasket but that's just me. The hed gasket's are placed uders they heads.
You could have a balljoint that is going bad or possibly a strut mount too.
Yes, that is one of hundreds of possibilities.
I am not entirely sure since i have a 1994 integra ls, BUT.. you should probably check/test these on you're car> starter, igniter (Ignition), your alternator. Try checking terminals, one of them could be ruined on you're starter due to the rain.
Any B series engine will drop right in and Hasport makes a lot of mounts so you could probably drop an H22 or a K20 in.
Yes, that is one of hundreds of possibilities
Replaced answer... For no reason would a car mysteriously die and shut off at a snap of a finger from a "going dead battery" and alternator. Good to check those but check your main relay's grounding/power source.
it is a defective speed sensor.
my 95 integra has a problem with the brake light located on the hatchback. I haven'y figured out what is causing it , but I have located it and it appears that something is loose inside that brake. Should figure it out here soon.
Yes, that is one of many possibilities.
if it has a roll over switch it may be in the trunk over the fuel tank and it could be a fuse or relay if that doesn't work may be a bad pump.
On most honda/acura the ecu is always under the passenger side mat under the glove box, its going to be on the left side near the center console. If its not there its been relocated and then it could be placed in the same place just on the driver side kick panel.