1994 Acura Integra Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1994 Acura Integra

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1994 Acura Integra Problems

"No start" Due to Failed Fuel Pump (Main) Relay

The main relay, which supplies power to the fuel pump, can fail. The engine will crank but fail to start (or start intermittently).

Replace engine coil to prevent starting/drivability problems

The car may not start or drive well because of problems with the ignition coil. This can be resolved by replacing the ignition coil.

Distributor Squeal Can Sould Like Loose Belt

A loud squealing noise on high mileage cars can be confused with a loose fan belt. The distributor should be inspected because it can seize, which can cause the timing belt to slip resulting in serious engine damage.

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1994 Acura Integra Questions

How much Should I pay to get my rear brake pads replaced? they are wearing thin. Also I have a broken wheel stud (front drivers side) that needs replacing. I already took out the broken one but putting in the replacement looks hard.How much should I pay? (2 answers)

There is not much room to place the new wheel stud, seems like you need a special tool to remove the hub that holds the studs in place.

winding noise while clutch is disengaged, goes away when clutch is pressed in. (1 answer)

Popping out of gear and hard to find gearing while shifting. Today car shut off at advance auto and when clutch is pressed in car will start and run, when clutch is released car shuts off. In neutral or while in gear. It will go into gear when car is off. Is the clutch bad? or could it just be a ...

when I unhooked my battery my cruse control stopped working. How can I reset it? (1 answer)

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1994 Acura Integra Recalls

Recall 94V063000
A RETAINING CLIP THAT CONNECTS THE TRANSMISSION SHIFT CABLE TO THE SHIFT LEVER ACTUATING ROD CAN HAVE INSUFFICIENT RETENTION PRESSURE AND MAY EVENTUALLY COME OFF AFTER REPEATED SHIFT LEVER OPERATION. IF THIS HAPPENS, THE POSITION OF THE SHIFT LEVER MAY NOT MATCH THE ACTUAL TRANSMISSION GEAR POSIT...

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