Question about 1995 Acura Integra Coupe
Three things are needed for start. fuel, spark, timing. spark can be checked with a spark checker available at your local auto parts store. gas delivery can be verified by depressing shrader valve in supply line, but delivery to the combustion chamber is harder to verify. can you force feed fuel to it at the throttle assembly, maybe with a spray can of carb cleaner? have fire extinguisher handy just in case. if it's turning over quickly without free spinning, backfiring, or spitting, the timing is probably ok.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be the main relay. It's behind the dash up above your gas pedal. Look for a gray and brownish box with one large plug in it. Should be easy to find since you don't have cruise control. It will be secured with one 10mm. You can bring it into reach with it still plugged in. Try starting it while tapping on the little plastic box. If it starts, pry off the cover with a flat head screwdriver and re-solder the broken connections. The break in the solder will be on the side with the sharp little things. It will be smaller than a hair. To find it you will need to wiggle it. Have plenty of light. Just hold the soldering tool on the broken one until the solder puddles around it and you're fixed.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
for you to check if it is the fuel pump, see if there is fuel running out of the hose if you remove the fuel filter. Another is to directly connect the pump to the battery. If the pump works that way, then it could be a efi relay issue which is found underneath the dash or a wiring issue.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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