Disconnect the battery. Take out the centre console and the cover from the gear lever. Remove the ashtray and cup holders. 2 screws hold in the stereo from underneath. they are inserted vertically. Once these are removed the unit slides out.
The sensors are located on the catalytic converter. There are two of em; one closer to the downpipe and the other in the middle driver side of the cat. They are a pain to get off with the heat shield in the way. Best tool to use is a 22mm open ended heavy wrench. *Do not replace with universal o2 sensors* I know oe sensors are expensive, but you're just gonna have to bite the cost. Universal sensors do not work.
10w - 30 base model 5w-30 type s
The radio code is shown in a card inside a black case that holds the owner's manual. If it is not there, you should contact your nearest Acura dealer for the radio code.
It is always best to have the manufacturer's suggested grade of gas. The Type-S requires 91 octane (premium at most places)
1. Remove the battery.
The rest is pretty much straight-forward. Taking the battery out is a bit of a pain, but other than that it's pretty painless.-----------------------
It depends on the intake that you get. There are short ram air and cold air intakes. Cold air intakes are preferred amongst rsx enthusiasts because of the cold air that is being sucked into the motor. On average, about 3-14 HP can be obtained from an intake. The quality and type of intake is what makes the difference between a lot and a little HP.
Bout 1-15 HP sad isn't it? It does give better gas mileage BTW or depend on how you drive your car.
so basically however you install it correctly or not, it range from 1 HP to 15 HP, sometimes it doesnt matter it could range to 0 and waste alot of gas on your car.
If your asking this question then you need a mechanic. Not being rude but this is one of the simplest things to do and if you have to ask the question then there is no telling what you could do to your car.
The flasher relay for a 2002 RSX plugs into the top of the fuse box. Simply unplug the old unit, and plug the new one in.
if it's manual some wont start or should say majority of it wont start, if it was made by factory they might disable it on a manual for safety issues, if it's an auto the wire might came off from the remote module or the battery on the remote is dead. You could also use remote start on manual to if you like, but dealership wont install it for you i highly doubt it. Take it to a shop that install remote starter or alarms, they might be able to make it work for you but it'll be at your own risk for doing it.
Look for the reset knob for the trip meter. if you rotate it left or right will raise of lower your dashboard lites
I really hate to be the one to tell you the bad news but it is possible that you have bent some valves. Take the spark plugs out of the missing cylinders and run a compression check on those two.
Base model 2005-2006 RSXs have 155 b/hp
Base model 2002-2004 RSXs have 160 b/hp
2002-2006 RSX type S have 200 b/hp
The transmission dipstick on a 2003 RSX is located toward the back of the motor on the driver's side. It usually has a bright colored handle, so that it can be easily seen.