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MY 97 ACURA TL CRANKS CRANKS BUT WONT RUN I JUST NOW FOUND OU THEIR IS NO FIRE COMING FROM COIL OR FROM DISTRIBUTOR I CHECKED THE COILS PLUG FOR POWER AND THEIR IS POWER SO I DONT KNOW IF ITS GONNA BE THE COIL OR DISTRIBUTOR HOW CAN I FIND OUT FOR SURE THANKS ROB

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My 07 acura 2.5tl is not sending power to starter and the coil is not seding fire to the plugs but there is gas coming when the car is started is this an alarm stystem problems

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When idling my 2003 Acura TL the engine seems to want to almost die, also when i got on the freeway it seem to pull hard and **** like it was having trouble shifting into 5th gear. It also seems to run...


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