The 1988 acura integra rs is overheating approximatly 15 20 mins of driving time it has new water pump new thermostat fresh antifreeze new oil fans are working properly and just did a back flush on the system
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Integras are known for igniter assembly failure. Depending on engine year and model may be located inside of distributor or on inner fender well. Check for spark at spark plugs, if no spark and cap and rotor o.k. suspect igniter. If you have spark check for fuel pressure with test gage, if fuel present, check to see if injectors are firing. (noid light will prove this out). If injectors not firing suspect cam posotion sensor. If no fuel pressure suspect fuel pump or clogged filter.