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I need a link to a diagram of my 95 Acura integra engine im trying to replace my valve seals

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Look in the parts kit.. there should have been a sheet with instructions.. if not call the parts store..

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SOURCE: acura integra engine torque specs

56 ft lbs torque main bearings, NON v-tech engine.

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SOURCE: Honda Acura Integra GS 1991 wiring diagram...

In my experience by far Ebay Motors is your best source for a specific model like this.

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SOURCE: I need the fuse box diagram for a 2001 acura

hondahookup.com has a complete service manual that you can download for free. I found this on the following website: http://www.clubintegra.com/board/showthread.php?t=10585 hope this will help you . please rate the help you found here

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SOURCE: 95 Acura Integra starting problem

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.

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SOURCE: exploded diagram 95 lincoln town car 4.6l

If your talking about the heater pipe and hose under the intake....(to ease removal you can remove the inlet air cowl/wipers/etc.) remove upper intake/coils/fuel line etc. the tube is bolted to the back of the RT head...replace the entire tube/hose assemble....IF the tube at the frt of the block is corroded/damaged/etc. you will need to replace that also (remove waterpump for access and installation)...change you T/Stat at this time also....hope this helped you...GL

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