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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the oil lamp itself is illuminating it is not a maintenance light that can be reset the oil pressure sending unit is detecring low oil pressure. You should have the vehicle serviced right away. The reset procedure for the maintenance indicator is as follows,with the key off depress & hold the odometer/trip button on the instrument panel turn key to run position wait 10 seconds for reset
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
This happened to me on a 95 Integra GSR and the entire starter did not need to be replaced, just the solenoid pieces. They get old and worn down and the plunger no longer makes a good connection with them, hence the "click". Replace the solenoid panels and sand the plunger and your good as new. You can find instructions for this on the net, just do a search for it.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Sometimes the plastic cog on the side of the throttle body (TB) breaks. This cog is "pulled" by the cruise control accuator's cable.
To check, simply look on the side of the TB and check to see of the cable end has broken free. (The mechanisim is much like the brake cable on a bike)
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Start with the easy one (hopefully). You probably have to replace your turn signal flasher. It's located behind the dash, driver side of steering column in the relay block (just pull out to remove).
Your overheating problem: Are you losing coolant, or is the car just running hot? Any leaks, puddles?
Check the cooling fans to make sure they are kicking on as the engine temp rises. If not, you may have a bad switch that is not telling the fan to go on. If fan(s) are operating ok, check the thermostat. If it isn't opening properly, it could be the cause of the overheating. If you have a leak in the system, then when it gets too low, it starts to overheat. Many possibilities, So, let me know the answers to the above so I can help further if needed.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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