2001 Acura RL Questions
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Don't know how to remove old studs
This problem occurs every time I start my car.
It did this a few months ago and the mechanic replaced the fuel pump and filters but now it has done it again and the mechanic can not figure out whats wrong
Chcked and double checked fuses, both under dash and under the hood. Replaced transistor, jumped out resistor, bench tested motor, swapped out relays. All work fine. Its seems like there is no voltage getting to the one relay that doesn't actuate and no signal to actuate relay. I here the one relay pulling in when I switch to maximum fan speed and that's all. The other relay doesn't ever pull in. Is it the electronic control behind the knobs? It just happened out of the blue and its the coldest time of year. :(
when I hit my brakes my car will shut off. also what cause the VSA light to come on?
If I pull back slightly on the key(exact amount of tension)the car starts right up....any ideas?
The SRS light is Solid On.. Dont know what could be the reason..and how much it is going to cost..
I am having A problem when turning the Key to start my car. When turning the key to the start position nothing happens I then turn the key back and go back to the starting position this could happen once, three times,etc.
after starting car the abs vsa ,vsa waring lights will remain on , other time they will go out ,as they shoud, or will come on as i'm driving. the abs always seems to work properly if i apply the brake
The steering wheel adjustment stopped working. I move the adjustment switch and nothing happens. There is a slight clicking noise when holding the adjustment switch. The steering wheel is stuck in the far up position. The auto switch doesn't work either.
MY WANT CRANK UP,IT KEEPS TURNING AND TURNING/THEN WHEN IT DOES CRANK UP RUNS FOR A COUPLE OF MINUTES THEN CUTS BACK OFF