if its an automatic transmission theres a dipstick on top of the transmission, look above it. It will be to the right of the battery behind some hoses and have a yellow handle.If its a manual (5 speed) there is no disptick.... theres a 17mm bolt (metric thread) that can be removed from the bottom on the transmission. Its on the passenger side.
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10w40 4.8 pts.
No, 90-93 was cable operated, 94-up was hydraulic.
The manual that came with my 1990 Acura Integra GS indicates to use Dexron II. If you change the fluid only it's 3.2 qts. I hope this answers your question.
No but to me it's just easier
Yes it should. Im 99% sure it will. you might want to double check the part number to see for sure. i have a 1990 Acura integra and i have used many parts from integras from 1990- 1993.
Save up your money and have the job done by a pro, honestly, its a pain and not worth the savings.
wiper intermittent relay 1990 acura integra
10w30 or 10w40, 2.10 L
Yes, It will fit a 90-93
how do you replace an alternator on a 1990 integra
There is no filter in a manual tranny. if you have an automatic there is still no removable filter in it.
1/2 drive Ratchet
Yes that year integra is equiped with ABS
Under the dash. Mounted to the firewall. There's a red flashing light on the bottom side of it.
Check your negative cable to the battery.
Up to 24
Same place you check it if it is an A/T. If it is a manual there is a plug located near the top of the transmission.
tranmission on way out reverse usally goes first got one for 100
If the vehicle is having difficulties shifting in that many gears then there is one solution. The transmission itself will need replaced.
Try behind the grill but in front of the rad