Question about Acura Legend
Ignition Control Module (ICM) is a common part to fail. When they get
old they get heat sensitive. That is to say when they get hot, they stop
working. Then when they cool off, they will start working again. By the
time you give up getting it started and get it towed to the shop, the
technician will go out and it will start right up for him.
This would apply to the Main EFI Relay located under the dash, near the brake pedal. But the Main Relay usually craps out when the car has been parked in the sun for a while and the interior of the car heats up. In this case opening the door and letting it cool off gets it working for a while.
However, when ignition coils go bad, they stay bad. The Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP), Camshaft Position Sensor (CYP) and Top Dead Center (TDC) are prone to going bad as well.
Junk yard is a good place to start looking replacement parts, but dealership is your last choice. Also, can try here: prestigeacura.com/parts
Also, its possible that you are interesting in this info: Acura-Integra-1998-2001 - Service-and-Repair-Manual
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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