1990 Acura Legend Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1990 Acura Legend
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1990 Acura Legend ProblemsReplace engine oil frequently to prevent rattling noise
The starter motor used on the 1990-1995 Acura Legend frequently fails on vehicles around 125,000 miles.
It may help prolong the life of the starter to service the starter to ensure the connections are clean and tight at the 100,000 mile mark.
These relays send power to the fuel pump and fuel injectors when the key is turned to the “ON” position. So, when they fail, there is no electrical current to the necessary fuel system components to send fuel into the engine, causing engine stalling or failure to start.
In this situation, there are many other possibilities, so testing components is vital for time and money savings.
If the relays test bad, they must be replaced with relays specific for that circuit.
To help prolong the life of your under-hood electrical components, ensure the lid for the fuse block is closed, and any factory sealing material is correctly installed.
1990 Acura Legend Questionswhat is the cause to slow acceleration and how or what do I do to fix it? (1 answer)
Started with occasional no-start, went to no-start at all. Replaced main relay. Turn key on, hear and feel fuel pump cycle, but do not see any fuel being delivered. Can a fuel pump fail that way?
I have a new battery, 262,000 mi on car, and the timing belt isn't due to be changed till 281,000.