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Hi Eveerei, If you're asking about the tachometer and not the speedo meter, that meter records the engine RPM speed and not the vehicle ground speed The tachometer at idle (when you stop at a traffic light, stop street or any other stop) should record an engine speed of about seven hundred to seven fifty revolutions per minute, at idle. It will increase in relationship to how hard you push your foot on the accelerator pedal. Hope this info helps you. Happy new year and regards John
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
back side of block under intake if its a 2.2 or a 2.3 if its a 3.0 its on the passenger side of engine bay if you turn the wheel you will be looking at it
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: SRS light on 1997 acura CL
1.bend a paperclip into a u shape. 2.disconnect the yellow plug in your fuse box under the steering wheel and insert the paperclip into the plug that is now hanging there to complete the circuit.3.turn the ignition on and the srs light will stay on for 6 seconds, then turn off.disconnect the paperclip within 4 seconds after that and the light will come back on.4. reconnect the paperclip within 4 seconds and the srs light will turn off again.5.within another 4 seconds of it going off, disconnect the paperclip and the light will blink letting you know that you have completed all the steps right. you can also use some speaker wire
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
You open the glove box and you will see two black plastic pieces toward the top on either side of the glove box. This is what is holding the glove box up. Get a screw drive and pop these off. the glove box will fall down. Then you will see a white plastic box this is where your filters are...open it and pull both out and replace
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
have the ignition switch checked. When this happens does the speedometer drop to zero?? Is there some warning lights "not lit" when the vehicle stalls?? If yes to either of this, its a ignition switch failure. You may also try starting the vehicle(if possible) in the park position, and shake the key while engine is running, it should die(sometimes it may not even if the switch is worn). Hondas/Acura models years 97-02 were recalled in 2002 for this issue. The internal contacts in the switch encounter excessive arch/shorts due to poor design and too much power running through it. This causes intermitted power failure to vital engine/vehicle electrical components, causing the engine to shut down/stall. This progresses in hotter weather!! If this is the case, contact your local honda/acura dealer with your VIN# at hand for recall info and possible free repair. Otherwise the switches range from $45-$95 at advance or autozone. Hopefully this helps...please rate....thanks
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
are some of your warning lights on your dash not lit when the key is turned to ON?? Such as engine, battery, abs, airbag light etc.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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