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Bremarie225

Baton Rouge, LA

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One of my old cars did this in the rain and it was because there was a area where the water entered under my hood where the electrical box was, so my car wouldn't start until the area was somewhat dry. One day the car just completely stopped working and I salvaged it because the repair cost more than the actual car because it involved getting a new computer and electrical wiring. Hope this helps. Brittany


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I drive the same car and I've had to change my radiator once in the past 8 years that I owned the car. I'd say the cooling system is reliable if you maintain it properly like getting your radiator flushed and refilled at the proper mileage. Hope this helps -Brittany


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First thing get you battery checked. Sounds like your battery may be drained. I have a 96' Acura 2.5 TL with 212000 miles on it so I have had every problem in the book. After you get the battery checked then check your positive and negative cables and see if they're corroded. Both of these things caused my car to do absolutely nothing. Hope this helps. Thanks Brittany


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I drive the same model car and my car does the same thing. Your button may be sticky because that's why my car does it. Thanks Brittany


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Hello, I drive a 96 Acura TL and I had smoke coming from my hood due to a rear seal oil leak. The answer is yes you do have an oil leak probably from your rear seal. I had mines repaired a year ago and now the main seal is leaking. I took my car to the shop yesterday to have it repaired. It could run you around 400-500 dollars for this type of repair just to let you know. Thanks Brittany


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