Question about 1996 Acura TL Series
Have you recently changed your engine coolant? Have you checked your engine coolant? If you just changed the coolant you probably have an air lock in the system and it needs bleed out. To do this i would need to know more info about the vehicle. Another possibility you could have a coolant leak, IE the water pump, radiator hose, heater hose leak. with low coolant the radiator can't do its job and cool the engine. You could also have a broken water pump impeller. No impeller no engine coolant flow threw the engine and heater core.
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
grantgga2: I don't think this is one you are going to want to try to change out.
It entails having to remove the left axle and part of the exhaust pipe to gain access to the starter. At that point, you have one bolt which goes in at the bottom from the starter side and bolts to the engine. The other bolt passes through the trans axle housing and bolts into the starter, pulling it up to the engine.
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Posted on May 03, 2009
it is at the rear bottom of engine, points inside the bell housing of the transmission, u will need to jack the car off the ground to see it and get at it for repAIR
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
here's the instructions for a 97 TL - I hope they're the same.
Entering the programming mode cancels all learned keyless remotes, so
none of the previously programmed remotes will work. You must reprogram
all of the keyless remotes once you are in the programming mode.
You must complete each step within 4 seconds of the previous step to keep
the system from exiting the programming mode. You must program remotes
within 10 seconds of each other
1. Turn ignition switch to ON (II)
2. Within 4 seconds press the LOCK or UNOCK button on one of the remotes.
(An unprogrammed remote can be used for this step.)
3. Within 4 seconds turn ignition switch to LOCK (0) position
4. Within 4 seconds turn the ignition switch to ON (II)
5. Repeat steps 2, 3 and 4 two more times using the same keyless remote
used in step 2
6. Within 4 seconds press the LOCK or UNLOCK button on the same remote.
Make sure the power door locks cycle to confirm you are in programming
7. Within 10 seconds press the LOCK or UNLOCK button on same remote.
8. Within 10 seconds press the LOCK or UNLOCK button on all other
remotes you want to program. Make sure door locks cycle after you push
each remote button to confirm system has accepted the remote.
9. Turn the igniton switch to LOCK (0) to exit programming mode.
10. Test remote(s)
Hope this helps :)
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Keep an eye on your temp gauge, check your radiator fluid daily for a week (or until you're comfortable that the mechanics fixed the issue), and pay attention to odd smells (radiator fluid). A bad seal on the radiator cap would allow fluids to leak out, so hopefully you're all set now.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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