Question about 2000 Acura Integra
Re;2000 acura gsr,first off thanks for the help trying to solve my problem.it was an easy,but overlooked problem.when it started i had put new plugs,wires,cap,rotor,fuel filter and air filter on from local parts store.this did not fix it.i was still stumped,since the car showed no codes.i talked with a local shop that woks on foreign high-performance cars.their input lead me back to the tune up.they highly recomended using factory honda plug wires,so i bought a set and put them on,this led to solving 50% of my problem.the next thing after discussing it furter with them was the spark plugs,the new ones i installed were correct but they told me to bump the gap to .024",and when i did the car now runs like a raped ape.so my suggestion to anyone tuning up you car and with a similar problem to mine,use the factory wires from the dealership and try closing the spark plug gap below factory specs,this worked for me,tanks again and i hope this can help others too.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
Could be EGR - Fuel Filter - Fuel Pump or damaged Gas Tank. I'm sure you'll find the problem after checking these items. The fuel filter is the cheapest and the most necessary since the car is 9 yrs old. The other items really shouldn't need maintenance yet but freaky things happen. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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