it could be the main assembly relay under the drivers kickpanel
The main fuel pump relay is behind the fuse panel on the drivers side. It has a connector which will need to be unpluged and a screw holding it to a bracket. The new one will go in place of the old one.
change your main relay
Had the exact problem. It was the main relay. It is found near the fuse box and is a square box looking thing. Went to Acura dealership and replaced for $75 It is not your fuel pump. Some people will try to sell you this. I promise the main relay will solve the problem.
i have a 97 teg and from what acura tells me there is only one main relay, not just for the fuel pump. It's located right next to the foot rest to the left of the brake pedal.
The fuel pump relay assembly is notorious for not working when the weather gets hot. This is especially true when it is hot and sunny, which increases the temperature inside the car. This affects the relay as it is found in the dash. The relay is sometimes referred to as the "main" relay.
Under the drivers side dash, you kind of have to hunt for it. Its small black and rectangle shaped. Says MAIN RELAY on it.
Hard to start when warm for your year of Integra is most likely due to the Main Relay malfucntioning. High mileage Acura/honda of the early 1990s are prone to this problem. The part is fairly cheap from your Acura/honda dealer and it takes about 10 minutes to replace.
The fuel pump relay is in the Main Relay attached to the firewall above the foot rest in the drivers foot well. When you turn on the key you should hear a clicking sound, you can feel the relay click if you feel around while turning the key on and off.
under the steering wheel i guess
I use to have this problem all the time every where i went. I hate it when it dies at the gas station, just right when you get done pumping gas into it.... but the problem is your Main Relay. Change that out to a new one and you should be good to go. the Main Relay is under you Steering wheel.
its probably the main relay that needs to be replaced