Question about 1994 Acura Vigor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your solenoid sits right next to your starter on the same housing you can check it by removing your starter from your transmission bell housing follow your positive cable from your battery there will be two bolts . this could be a pain in the **** but you can do it. once you have it out you can check it with a set of jumper cables on the ground . connect your neg: cable to the outer housing were the bolt holes are. then touch the pos: cable to the small bolt and the large bolt at the same time. if the starter ingages at a high speed rpm than its ok this means if the gear in front pops out and spins with no problem. when you do this the starter will try to jump dont be frieghtend. hold it for just a few second so you dont burn out the solenoid. if none of this happens then you need a new starter good luck
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Check for brake fluids and make sure all the brake fluid container is closed tightly. Also, you make have to bleed the brakes.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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The front brake rotors are press fitted to the front wheel bearings and are removed from the car with a special tool (puller) or can be seperated by removing the whole assembly and placing it in a press to seperate them. You may damage the bearing if not done right.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Have you checked to see if the emergency brakes are on? Reason I ask is it's unusual that both calipers would be seized at the same time. Once the e-brake has been released visually inspect to see that the cables are also free (loose) where they attatch to the caliper. There is a technical service bulletin which states that one side can become sticky but not both seized.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
so get it done already your going to need to get under the car so a jack and jack stands will work or car ramps will also work. locate and remove any splash shields that may be in the way then take note of where the mounting bolts that hold the starter are and where the wires hook up at cause they all have to go back on the same way they cam off or your car is not going to start but before you do anything be sure to unhook the battery cables.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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