Question about Acura TL
Sounds like a bad battery connection(s) or starter motor connection. Contacts must be squeaky clean since you are dealing with low voltage
Posted on Aug 25, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the fuse and the relays for the fan motors.if thats ok check to see if it is vacuum operated controls and that none of the pipes are off or split.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
it sounds like you need a regulator for your alternater it is reversing polarity there for draining your battery and reseting the clock. it is located on the back of your alternator.hope this could help.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
You could try tapping the starter and/or having it checked by a mechanic. If the vehicle is starting once in a while, have a mechanic check the Crank Shaft Position Sensor located on the Intake Manifold under an aluminum bracket. The wire to the sensor leads towards the throttle body. the connector at the throttle body is blue. This sensor is notorious for giving out gradually. If this is the problem, seriously replace it as the vehicle could die when driving (i've heard, but don't quote me on that). I owned a 2001 9-3 turbo and the same thing would happen until it no longer cranked. I replaced it when i researched the issue on the internet. The car turned on as soon as i replaced it 8) and did not have the same problem again.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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