Question about Acura Cars & Trucks
Just need to know where igniter is located
The ignitor is that device (a transistor) that replaced POINTS long ago
and varies by engine type, and you never stated that.
what engine is it, post that and ill look it up on your missing FSM.
and post it.
or go to alldata.com and you look. its there all the time.
what engine? what COUNTRY? engine options vary by COUNTRY
and even spark types used,
got the I4 or V6 engine, what DISPLACEMENT.
or use google image>? find your engine, the send link back to that engine.
some engines, to work on any car engine, now what's there first.!
1.6 L SOHC ZC (DB6, DB9 & DC1)
1.8L B18B (DB7 & DC4)
1.8 L B18C (DB8 & DC2) see here why im clueless as to what Integra you have
Posted on Dec 15, 2013
No pro bro but look under the hood on passager side just above the battery fuse box right thier and under the stering wheel thier's another one brake lights and power windows and all.
PEACE AND LOVE BRO
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
back side of block under intake if its a 2.2 or a 2.3 if its a 3.0 its on the passenger side of engine bay if you turn the wheel you will be looking at it
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: Main relay location
The main relay is located behind left side of the dash and above and behind the fusebox and above the hood release.
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Acura Main Relay location and removal procedures.
Integra EFI Main Relay for:
Legend, 96-98 Acura TL main relay Acura Integra 98-01 main relay location:
Locating the main relay using your ears and fingers:
1. Turn the ignition to ON. You should hear two clicks (a thousand of a second apart) under the left or right side of the dash board. One click is for the ECU/Injectors the other is for the fuel pump. At this moment the check engine light should come on.
2. Listen carefully at the moment the clicks engage (usually somewhere underneath the dashboard.) Reach in and touch the main relay.
3. 2 seconds later you should feel a click if the main relay is at least working or wait until it works. At this moment the check engine light should go out.
4. Turn the ignition to start and you should feel a click, turn engine off you should feel another click.
5. Most main relays should have seven terminals. Please check if the location is already listed below.
How do I get the main relay out?
Steps: See four ways below so you can get it out. First you have to reach high up in there and do all this with one hand and a flashlight.
A. Unbolt the bolt using a 10mm socket (picture A) or
Ab. Unclip the clip from the steel tab and slide it apart (picture A) or
B. Separate the steel tab from the plastic case (picture B) with a large flat screw driver jam and twist between the plastic case and the tab or
C. Disconnect the negative battery terminal. Unclip two clips I pointed with two arrows (picture C, or below) with a small flat head screw driver or with a strong thumb and then yank it out (D.) This is the preferred choice by many. Mechanics prefer choice A and maybe B. See detailed relay circuit photo.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Removal & Installation
Remove the thermostat housing bolts
Pull the water outlet neck away from the housing
Note the installed position of the thermostat, then remove it
A new gasket must be installed before installation
Install the thermostat with the air bleed valve at the top
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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you should find it under the hood in the main fuse box you will have to look in your handbook to pin point its location normally black 5 pin
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
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