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Replacing the ground wires?

I have no idea how to locate the ground wires on my 92 integra. The one in my engine bay attached to the radiator bolt is in real bad shape so i would like to check and replace the rest as well.

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Obtain min of 8 mm cable and lugs and make up your own and placing it at the crossmember to chassic is the best location,after this you can make up 5-6 mmcables to the cylinder head,

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Installed B18 used engine now the radiator fan won't come on


If you used the sensors that came on the used engine, replace the coolant tempertur sensor. this should fix your fans

Nov 24, 2010 | 1995 Acura Integra Coupe

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Where are the bolts to remove the starter on a 1993 quad 4 grand am?


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Except 2.3L and 2.4L Engines

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Disconnect the electrical wiring from
    the starter, if accessible.
  3. If necessary for access, unfasten the three dust cover bolts, then pull the
    dust cover back to get to the front starter bolt. Remove the front starter bolt.

  4. Remove the rear support bracket.
  5. Pull the rear dust cover back (if applicable) to gain access to the rear
    starter bolt and remove the rear bolt.
  6. Note the number and location of any shims.
  7. Push the dust cover back into place (if removed), then lower the starter
    (disconnect any wiring if previously inaccessible) from the vehicle.
    To install:

  8. Position the starter in the vehicle, connect the wiring, then install the
    rear starter bolt.
  9. Install the front starter bolt, then tighten both bolts to 32 ft. lbs. (43
    Nm)
  10. If removed, install the dust cover and the rear support bracket.
  11. Connect the electrical wiring to the starter, if not already attached.
  12. Carefully lower the vehicle, then connect the negative battery cable.




    Fig. 1: Once the vehicle is raised and safely supported, you
    will be able to see the starter motor
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    Fig. 2: After disconnecting the wiring, remove the starter
    mounting bolts
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    Fig. 3: When removing the starter, be sure to note the number
    and location of any shims
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    Fig. 4: View of the starter mounting - 3.1L and 3.3L engines
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2.3L Engine
1988-89 (VIN D)

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the air cleaner to throttle body duct.
  3. Label and detach the TPS, IAC and MAP sensor connectors.
  4. Remove vacuum harness assembly and the MAP sensor vacuum hose from intake
    manifold, then position aside.
  5. Unfasten the cooling fan shroud attaching bolts, then remove the shroud
    (including the MAP sensor).
  6. Remove the coolant fan-to-upper radiator support bolt, then unfasten the
    remaining upper radiator support bolt and the upper radiator support.
  7. Detach the connector from the cooling fan.
    NOTE: Because of the low clearance, be very careful not to
    damage the TPS lock tang with the fan bracket.


  8. Lift the fan assembly out of the two lower insulators. Rotate the bracket so
    the two lower bracket legs point upward. Move the fan assembly toward the left
    (drivers) side until the fan blade overlaps the radiator tank-to-core seam about
    1 inch (25mm). Lift the fan assembly from the engine compartment.
  9. Remove the harness retaining clip from the engine mount bracket stud.
    Unfasten the starter mounting bolts.
  10. Tilt the rear of starter towards the radiator, pull the starter out, then
    rotate solenoid towards the radiator to gain access to the electrical
    connections.
    NOTE: Be careful not to damage the crank sensor mounted
    directly to the rear of the starter. If it gets damaged, it must be replaced.


  11. Detach the electrical connectors from the solenoid.
  12. Move the starter toward the driver's side of the vehicle, then lift it from
    the vehicle.
    To install:

  13. Insert the starter between the throttle body and the air cleaner housing,
    then move it toward the right (passenger) side.
  14. Attach the solenoid electrical connectors. Make sure to properly position
    the plastic guard over the stud and nut for the battery cable.
  15. Rotate the starter into the proper position, install any shims that were
    removed and secure using the mounting bolt. Tighten the bolts to 74 ft. lbs.
    (100 Nm).
  16. With the fan's bracket two lower legs facing upward, place the fan assembly
    between the throttle body and the radiator while overlapping the radiator
    tank-to-core seam with the fan blade by about 1 inch (25mm). Be careful not to
    damage the lock tang on the TPS.
  17. Rotate the fan bracket, then place the two lower legs into the insulators.
  18. Attach the electrical connector to the cooling fan.
  19. Install the upper radiator support and the coolant fan should, then install
    the fan-to-upper radiator support mounting bolt.
  20. Connect the MAP vacuum hose and the vacuum harness assembly to the intake
    manifold.
  21. Attach the TPS, IAC and MAP sensor connectors.
  22. Install the air cleaner to throttle body duct.
  23. Connect the negative battery cable, then check for proper starter operation.

1990-95 (VIN D), 1989-94 (VIN A), 1992-94 (VIN 3)

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. If necessary for access, remove the air induction tube.
  3. Detach the coolant fan electrical connector, then remove the fan assembly.
  4. Remove the oil filter, if necessary for access to the starter.
  5. For vehicles through 1990, remove the intake manifold brace.
  6. Remove the mounting bolts; some engines may have 3 starter mounting bolts.
    Pull the starter out of the hole and move toward the front or passenger side of
    the vehicle.
  7. Disconnect the wiring from the solenoid.




    Fig. 5: Starter mounting for 2.3L engine - 1990-95 models
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  8. Remove the starter by lifting it between the intake manifold and the
    radiator.
    To install:

  9. Lower the starter between the intake manifold and the radiator, then connect
    the wiring to the solenoid.
  10. Rotate the starter into installation position and install the mounting
    bolts. For vehicles through 1994, tighten to 74 ft. lbs. (100 Nm). For 1995
    vehicles, tighten the bolts to 32 ft. lbs. (43 Nm).
  11. If equipped, install the intake manifold brace and oil filter, if removed.
  12. Install the cooling fan assembly, then attach the electrical connector.
  13. If removed, install the air induction tube.
  14. Connect the negative battery cable and check the starter for proper
    operation.

2.4L Engine

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the air inlet duct attached to the throttle body.
  3. Remove the top starter bolt.
  4. Raise and safely support the front of the vehicle securely on jackstands.
  5. Remove the lower starter bolt.
  6. Position the engine wiring harness aside.
  7. Position the starter for access to solenoid wiring.
  8. Remove the wiring attached to the starter.
  9. Carefully lower the starter.
    To install:

  10. Attach the wiring to the starter and position the assembly into place.
  11. Install the lower starter bolt.
  12. Reposition the wiring.
  13. Lower the vehicle and install the upper starter bolt. Tighten the bolts to
    66 ft. lbs. (90 Nm).
  14. Attach the air inlet duct to the throttle body.
  15. Connect the negative battery cable.


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Oct 31, 2010 | 1993 Pontiac Grand Am

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!997 Chevrolet Cavalier 2.2 with AC \Radiator fan motor replacement. I have diagnosed fan motor, have it detached but not get it out with fan and shroud to replace the motor. Ac lines are in the way on...


Alternative Method - Radiator Removal
Fig. 14: Use a piece of wire or another suitable device to support the condenser before removal of the radiator 91143p41.jpg
Fig. 15: Remove the front bolt on the suspension support arm 91143p33.jpg
Fig. 16: Loosen the rear suspension support arm bolt and swing the arm down out of the way 91143p48.jpg
Fig. 17: Remove the wire harness retaining clips from the radiator support bar 91143p36.jpg
Fig. 18: Remove the retaining clips on the radiator support bar for the splash shield 91143p34.jpg
Fig. 19: Remove the four bolts on each side (only three shown in the photo) for the radiator support bar and . . . 91143p35.jpg
Fig. 20: . . . remove the support bar. 91143p37.jpg
Fig. 21: Carefully lower the radiator out the bottom of the engine compartment 91143p49.jpg
NOTE: When adding coolant, it is very important to use GM Goodwrench DEX-COOL® , which is an orange colored, silicate free coolant. If silicated coolant is used on these vehicles, premature engine, heater core and/or radiator corrosion may result. In addition, the engine coolant will require change sooner, at 30,000 miles (50,000km) or 24 months.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Properly drain and recover the coolant in an approved container.
  3. Disconnect the upper transaxle oil cooler line from the radiator and plug the line to avoid contamination.
  4. Detach the upper radiator hose from the radiator.
  5. Disconnect the overflow hose from the radiator.
  6. Support the condenser with some mechanics wire or other suitable device.
  7. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  8. Remove the cooling fan assembly. For details, please refer to the procedure located later in this section.
  9. Disconnect the lower radiator hose from the radiator.
  10. Unfasten the lower transaxle oil cooler line from the radiator.
  11. Remove the front bolt from the suspension support arm.
  12. Loosen the rear suspension support arm bolt and swing the arm down out of the way.
  13. Remove the wire harness retaining clips from the radiator support bar.
  14. Remove the retaining clips on the radiator support bar for the splash shield.
  15. Remove the four bolts on each side for the radiator support bar and remove the support bar.
  16. Have an assistant support the radiator and remove the two radiator-to-condenser bolts, one on each side.
  17. Carefully lower the radiator out the bottom of the vehicle. To install:
  18. Position the radiator assembly into the vehicle.
  19. Have an assistant support the radiator and install the two radiator-to-condenser bolts.
  20. Place the radiator support bar into place and finger-tighten the retaining bolts. Tighten the bolts to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).
  21. Raise the suspension support arm and attach the front bolt finger-tight. Tighten the rear bolt and then the front bolt to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).
  22. Attach the wire harness retaining clips onto the radiator support bar.
  23. Install the retaining clips on the radiator support bar for the splash shield.
  24. Fasten the lower transaxle oil cooler line to the radiator.
  25. Connect the lower radiator hose.
  26. Install the cooling fan assembly, as outlined later in this section.
  27. Carefully lower the vehicle.
  28. Remove the condenser support wire or other device.
  29. Fasten the overflow hose to the radiator.
  30. Attach the upper radiator hose.
  31. Fasten the upper transaxle oil cooler line to the radiator.
  32. Connect the negative battery cable.
  33. Fill the cooling system with the proper 50⁄50 mix of DEX-COOL coolant and distilled water.
  34. Bleed the cooling system.
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Aug 13, 2010 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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How to change a starter on 92 acura integra RS. how many bolts are attached


There are two bolts. One on top and one under the starter. It is best done by removing the rubber air intake tube and the battery. The bottom bolt is difficult but with a ratchet, socket and a couple of extensions it can be done. Disconnect the battery before disconnecting the wires to the starter.

Dec 06, 2009 | 1991 Acura Integra Hatchback

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Replace a radiator


Drain the radiator there is a plastic screw plug at the bottom of the radiator, after that disconect the upper and the lowwer hoseby loosening clamps then take a large pair of channel lock pliers to rotate gently the hose where the calmp was located to crack free the hose bond to the radiator pipe after sliding off the hoses remove both smaller hose going to the radiator they use either screw on clamps or the type you squeeze with pliers to spread and remove, once emoved pull off the hoses, after that remove the two clamps located on the top of the radiator, after that unplug the wire coming off the radiator fan, you should now be able to slide the radiator up and out of the car if not remove any other hoses there is a vent hose near the radiator cap remove it. The fan must be unbolted from the radiator and bolted onto the new one there is usaully 4 bolts if neccessary remove and reuse the bolt clips that the bolts screw into from the old radiator to bolt the fan on to the new radiator after bolting the fan on to the new radiator slide the radiator back down into the rubber support bushings that are at the bottom where the radiator sits look for the two holes that the pins at the bottom of radiator fit into the radiator must fit into these holes to ensure proper installation reconnect all hoses and wires, refill radiator with 50% water 50% antifreeze mix and check for leaks after full and running for ten minutes.

Sep 11, 2009 | 1991 Acura Integra Hatchback

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Strange Coolant leak


this most likely means that you have a leak in a hose somewhere between your engine and the radiator, when you open up the rad cap it lets the leak breath causing it to gush out, go to napa and buy a replacement radiator hose it shouldn't cost but a few dollars and that should fix your problem. 

Jul 13, 2009 | 1992 Acura Integra Hatchback

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Need to replace radiator in 1997 honda accord se. what are the steps?


First drain radiator by opening drain valve,"located on bottom corner usualy the right,but not always." If you open the overflow or remove cap this will happen much faster.For safety sake disconnect ground wire from battery,the radiator is locked down by top cover that attaches to body with generaly 4 bolts, upper and lower hoses have to be disconnected and if it is automatic the transmission cooling lines are connected in stacked fashion,"one above the other."The cooling fan has to be unplugged and it should be removable at this point,"when unplugging fan be carefull with connector so it doesn't break.reverse steps to replace making sure the bolts go in the right place and it all fits properly.the thermostat,"located behind the kneck of upper hose," should be replaced after connecting lower hose because in order to fill the block up and prevent damaging thermostat the block shoud be filled with coolant before attaching upper hose.

Apr 20, 2009 | 1997 Honda Odyssey

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92 F150 heater core


Basically all you need to do is:
1. Remove Glove box
2. Disconnect several wiring harnesses while working towards the engine bay.
3. Remove plastic housing surrounding the Heater Core.
4. Make sure inlet/outlet hoses are disconnected from inside the engine bay.

That should get her to pop right out

Mar 24, 2009 | 1992 Ford F150 SuperCab

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Replace starter


Your Starter is located on the bellhousing of the, or going into, transsmision (this is the part of the transmission that connects to the engine). The starter is mounted, either to the engine or bellhousing, by 2-3 bolts. You will have one RED cable (Positive) attached to the rear of the starter. This cable needs to be removed and it is a good idea to hang on to the hardware just incase the new one doesnt have any. You are not likely to find a black (Negitive/Ground) wire attached to the starter as it finds its ground through the Engine/Transmission, but if you do this is a redundent ground, remove it also. Remove the afformentioned 2-3 bolts that mount the starter, and remove the starter. Place the new starter in and place your mounting bolts back in. Reattache your wires and you are ready to start it!

Jan 21, 2009 | 1990 Nissan Pathfinder

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