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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Main relay location
The main relay is located behind left side of the dash and above and behind the fusebox and above the hood release.
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Acura Main Relay location and removal procedures.
Integra EFI Main Relay for:
Legend, 96-98 Acura TL main relay Acura Integra 98-01 main relay location:
Locating the main relay using your ears and fingers:
1. Turn the ignition to ON. You should hear two clicks (a thousand of a second apart) under the left or right side of the dash board. One click is for the ECU/Injectors the other is for the fuel pump. At this moment the check engine light should come on.
2. Listen carefully at the moment the clicks engage (usually somewhere underneath the dashboard.) Reach in and touch the main relay.
3. 2 seconds later you should feel a click if the main relay is at least working or wait until it works. At this moment the check engine light should go out.
4. Turn the ignition to start and you should feel a click, turn engine off you should feel another click.
5. Most main relays should have seven terminals. Please check if the location is already listed below.
How do I get the main relay out?
Steps: See four ways below so you can get it out. First you have to reach high up in there and do all this with one hand and a flashlight.
A. Unbolt the bolt using a 10mm socket (picture A) or
Ab. Unclip the clip from the steel tab and slide it apart (picture A) or
B. Separate the steel tab from the plastic case (picture B) with a large flat screw driver jam and twist between the plastic case and the tab or
C. Disconnect the negative battery terminal. Unclip two clips I pointed with two arrows (picture C, or below) with a small flat head screw driver or with a strong thumb and then yank it out (D.) This is the preferred choice by many. Mechanics prefer choice A and maybe B. See detailed relay circuit photo.
Posted on May 24, 2009
SOURCE: AC is not working
Warm air blowing from the air conditioner in your Acura Integra is frustrating. Fortunately, if lack of refrigerant is the problem, recharging the system will correct the problem. In most models, you can use an R134 recharge kit from your local auto parts store.
before you perform this please read below
Inspect your air conditioning lines for damage. Some auto parts stores have kits that will help you to find leaks in the system and possibly seal small leaks. If you see any visible damage, take your Integra to a professional to recharge the air conditioning system with Freon.
Step 2Locate the Low Pressure Side port. You can find this under the hood of the car. It will be near the front grill. When you are looking from left to right, the port will be almost directly in the center. Take off the port cap and set it aside.
Step 3Determine if your car uses R134 or R12 Freon. R134 compatible models will have quick connect port valves. Models made before 1995 may use the old R12 Freon. If this is the case, you must have your Integra's air conditioning system retrofitted to use R134 Freon.
Step 4Check the air conditioning system pressure using an auto air pressure gauge. Keep in mind that the car should be on with the air conditioner running full blast. If the pressure is in the normal or high range, lack of Freon isn't the problem.
Recharge the System
Step 1Attach the refill kit hose to the connector on the Low Pressure Side of the air conditioning system. Make sure you follow the manufacturer's directions.
Step 2Open the valve on the refill hose slowly to allow the Freon to enter the air conditioning system. Keep in mind that it can take as long as 10 minutes to empty a single can of R134 into the system. Your car can hold a total of 27.4 oz. of Freon.
Step 3Close the valve on the refill hose and remove it from the Low Pressure Side port. Remember to put the cap back on the port.
Step 4Leave the air conditioner on for at least 30 minutes to allow the Freon to circulate through the entire air conditioning system.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Could be the main relay. It's behind the dash up above your gas pedal. Look for a gray and brownish box with one large plug in it. Should be easy to find since you don't have cruise control. It will be secured with one 10mm. You can bring it into reach with it still plugged in. Try starting it while tapping on the little plastic box. If it starts, pry off the cover with a flat head screwdriver and re-solder the broken connections. The break in the solder will be on the side with the sharp little things. It will be smaller than a hair. To find it you will need to wiggle it. Have plenty of light. Just hold the soldering tool on the broken one until the solder puddles around it and you're fixed.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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