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Why does my 91 acura integra run for a little while then die on me ????? ive changed the spark plugs, distributor ignitor,fuel pump,and all the fuel pump wires.

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Have you replaced the fuel filter?

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My 1992 Acura integra 1.8L does not start. Garage changed the main fuel relay but no start so they replaced the pump. still no start. Now they're saying it's the distributor.


Since you have spark, It must not be in time. The age of the Acura warrants investigating the timing belt. The belt is supposed to be changed every 80,000 miles. Intake and exhaust valve damage can occur if not corrected. The ACURA is very dependable ,so don't let some mechanic throw your money at it

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My 90 acura integra wont start it turns over but wont fire i changed the distributor,and spark plugs,i am getting fuel but it just cranks and cranks but wont start,the cause i dont know was driving down...


Well, something is missing. Your engine needs fuel, ignition, and compression to run. You need to findout which of these systems is malfunctioning before anybody can tell you why your engine won't start.
If there is no spark, I would check the ignitor in the distributor first. There are other possible causes, but this isthe most common.

If there is no fuel, I would suspect a bad fuel pump. (you can check this by spraying a SMALL amount of starting fluid in the intake and see if the engine fires.

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1991 Integra Hatchback: I have a 91 Acura Integra. I am having a problem t...


Take out the main relay and check the solder joints.
Reheat the solder joints if you see any tiny cracks.
You can also buy rebuilt main relay from eBay.

If the main relay does not solve the problem, you will need to check the distributor. Open the distributor cap and the rotor and see inside and make sure there are no oils leaked from the bottom side of the distributor through oil seal. Replace the distributor with a rebuilt or new one. There are many distributors listed at eBay.








May 18, 2010 | 1991 Acura Integra Hatchback

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No spark no fuel pump died on the way home


I got a '91 Honda Integra JDM. It had the same proble. I fix it with a new Ignitor unit. It is inside of the distributor, under the coil. I was true pain in the ***
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Oct 02, 2009 | 1992 Acura Integra Hatchback

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My car starts and runs then it wont go anymore and eventually stalls out. i changed the fuel pump all the fuel pump wires,the spark plugs ,the distributo ignitor,and the main relay. my teacher says drain...


I think it's possible that the fuel regulator is stuck open and allowing the fuel to return to the gas tank. If your car is like mine (1991 Acura 1.8 engine), you can try this experiment: Pull the vacuum line off the fuel regulator (it's on the end of the fuel injector manifold and a hose connects to it to return gas back to the gas tank) and temporary plug the hose with a small bolt or golf tee. If the regulator is not stuck open it will make the fuel injector manifold at the highest pressure. Start the car and see if it dies or keeps running ok. If it runs ok then the vacuum control is not working right. If this doesn't help, try changing the fuel regulator valve or pull it out and test it with a vacuum off and on. When the vacuum pressure is present to the valve the valve is suppose to open slightly, this allows fuel to bypass the fuel rail and return to the tank.

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Doesn't start


To put it simply it's either spark, fuel or compression. If the timing belt is okay (not broken or timing marks don't line up) and you have spark, you need to make sure you have clean gas and not water (from condensation) or air being sprayed out the injector nozzles. Try using quick start spray or even pouring some gas down the trottle body and see if it starts. If it does then check the relays, pump and lines. I've seen pin hole leaks in lines that caused symptoms similar to vapour lock. Check the
Main EFI relay (it's under the dash near the brake pedal) they usually stop working when the car is parked in the hot sun. Sometimes leaving the doors open, or pushing the car into the shade so it can cool down, will get the car to start again. I would get a distributor and a Main EFI relay from a junkyard. Because it's too expensive just swapping in new parts, and it's always a good idea to keep a spare distributor around as they are known to go bad on old Integra's.

Aug 18, 2009 | 1993 Acura Integra Hatchback

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My 91 acura integra with a 95 gsr motor in it starts, then dies right away. I replaced the spark plugs, checked for spark through the wires, and checked to see if fuel was coming from the pump. Everything...


did you check the fuel pressur on the fuel rail with a gauge or did you just unplug the pressure reg..

also you should try replacing the fuel filter first... this is cheap 6-12 dollars autozone. just becuase the fuel pump is pumping doesnt mean it its enough. There mightbe a strainer on the fuel pump that might be plugged.

Jun 05, 2009 | 1991 Acura Integra Hatchback

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91 integra not starting


Hi,welcome to fix ya. this could be caused by the main (PGMFI) relay under the dash it controlls the fuelpump . There is a circuit board inside it that cracks and causes the fuel pump to shut off,
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Apr 05, 2009 | 1991 Acura Integra Hatchback

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