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What could cause a problem starting your 93 Acura Legend?

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2020-03-25 23:07:36
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Battery won't stay charged it runs and then it dont oil smells gassy and sounds like the starter drags

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2005-11-09 04:33:47
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fuel pump, fuel pump relay

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The problem could be a problem of lack of fuel and spark. May be your battery is low to start the car. It can also be because of a blown fuse or a bad fuel pump. Check the car well to identify the specific problem.

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.

You have a bad Vss Sensor.............. The vehicle speed sensor.

constantly running your car with low fuel will burn out your fuel pump

check the brake light switch behind the brake pedal under the dash.

The most common cause of overheating is a thermostat stuck in the closed position. However, other causes are: faulty water pump, clogged radiator, clogged hose(s), coolant leak or a broken drive belt. I had a 1987 legend with around 160K that was overheating. Antifreeze would boil out of the overflow. I changed my radiator and it fixed the problem.

A common problem on Acura Legends (and other Acuras and Hondas in general) especially in hot weather is the fuel injection ("main") relay. In many cases, this relay is usually the cause of hard starting problems rather than the fuel pump. The fuel pump is misdiagnosed because many people are unaware of the fuel injection (also known as the "main") relay. The main relay is located under the dash, on the driver's side.

More than likely there is a grounded wire that would cause this. There may also be some blown fuses as well.

If you have had an extreme overheat in the past. This would most likely cause the censor to melt. Overheat to the point of the steering wheel locking up and the light coming on.

if you mean the car shuts off when you put it in Drive than you might want to do a quick tune up.like spark plugs,FUEL FILTER ,air filter,wires,distibutor cap and rotor should take care of your problem

It could be several things, start with the fuel filter, it can cause issues such as this, another thing could be the fuel pump losing pressure. If it is the factory pump, it may need replacement. Hope this helps.

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the abs modulator has a proportioning valve inside for normal braking.its an internal leak

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WEll it could be different reasons...it could be the starter...or the spark plugs not making contact or the wires to the park plugs...or it can even be the battery not having enough juice to turn the car over.....a car is a hard thing to figure out....there are alot of parts that can do the same thing.....and cause the same problem What does it do when it doesn't start? Nothing happens (no sound) when you try to start the car? Does it sound like the engine wants to start but doesn't? We found the answer out to this question...It was a relay switch deep in the dash area of the car. We experienced the similar problem with an '88 Acura Legend...immediately had the relay switch replaced....no more problems!

There are a few possibilities for the problem. The most likely are the main relay and the engine temp sensor. The main relay is a problem very common to older Honda/Acura models, and the temp sensor is a common cause is general.

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