2003 Acura RL Repair and Maintenance Costs
A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your 2003 Acura RL
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2003 Acura RL ProblemsSensor Problems May Cause SRS Light To Turn On
The Airbag (SRS) warning light may illuminate due to one or more failed sensors. Our technicians recommend complete diagnoses of any stored fault codes because these sensors can be very expensive to replace.
The exhaust recirculation valve (EGR) on the 1996-2012 Acura RL may fail, causing:
The EGR valve has open and closed positions, and opens or closes on command from the computer.
Exhaust gases constantly pass through the valve when it is open, leaving carbon deposits on the valve. These carbon deposits may lead the the valve sticking in the open or closed position.
To correct this issue, sometimes it is sufficient to clean the valve, but replacement is recommended in all cases.
For further information on your vehicle's issue, try out our diagnostics tool here.
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.
2003 Acura RL QuestionsAcura quits running when fueling or wont start after fueling. (1 answer)
Engine starts after cranking multiple times and have to keep the engine running at 2000 rpm for a minute; otherwise it will stall. Somethings wrong with the evaporator system but which component is the most likely the culprit! Components:
Fuel tank - emits the fuel vapors to the
It started when I started the car. I have 56000 miles and everything seems fine
do I have to access the starter from under the car?