The 2000 Acura Integra OBD 2 port is under passenger dash
From the Haynes Acura Integra Repair Manual, 156 in-lbs.
The plug is under the dash on the passenger side. It should be a green plug just under the carpet..
It is on the exhaust manifold. If you look down at your exhaust manifold there should be one plug sticking out of it. That's the O2 sensor.
follow the lower rad hose from the rad to the engine. its in the houseing right before the hose meets the engine block. will be an electicle plug in (some sort of sensor) and also a c clam will be present.
The thermostat on a 95 acura integra ls is located on the left back side of the engine. below the intake. You will see a sensor plug-ed into it. The thermostat has 2 ten mill bolts holding it together and they are a pain. The best tool for the job is a ratchet wrench.
1-3-4-2 in a clockwise rotation... = 1993 Acura Integra 1.8 liter DOHC L4 =
The drain plug is on the drivers side of the radiator. It is almost straight down from the headlight assembly.
it should be right below the steering wheel
1 3 4 2 clockwise from bottom left
2000 Acura TL 3.2L MFI SOHC 6cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch)
1/2 drive Ratchet
It should be a white (or road stained black) plastic plug on the bottom left or bottom right of the radiator.
The 2000 Acura TL OBD 2 port is above shifter
On the exaughst manifold, it looks sort of like a spark plug. You need a special socket to remove/install it. DO NOT CUT ANY WIRES. Buy the OEM or better O2 sensor. The $20 universal ones will not last but about 6 months.
yes its the same exact motor.. B18B(enter USDM number here) its mostly plug and play... seeing that its comming from a OBD2B car to a OBD1 car... you will need to change injectors, distributor, and alternator... unless you have the engine wire harness out of the 97 then it will be plug and play.
1995 Acura Integra probably doesn't have a distributor, it would have coil packs, follow your spark plug wires from the spark plugs back. where the spark plug wires stop that's what has taken the place of your distributor. Its computer controlled the computer is probably under the dash on the passenger side of the car
On the passenger side of the center console behind the head unit for the stereo.
The 1997 Acura intake air temperature sensor is located on the air filter housing. The sensor will be on the right hand side of the air filter housing.
Unplug all the spark plug wires. then loosen the screws holding the distributor on, remove it, put the new one on and screw it in, then replace the spark plug wires
behind the minifold.
Bottom corner of rad, inner side, some aftermarket rads won't have a drain and you will have to pull the lower hose off to drain it