About Acura Integra
Acura Integra is an automobile manufactured by Honda and launched by Acura from 1986 to 2001. The first Acura Integra was introduced to replace the Honda Quint in 1986. Throughout its three-generation life, the Integra was spoken highly of handling and performance, which helped it to win some awards. For example, in 1987, 1988 and 1994 through 1997, it was on the Car and Driver magazine's annual Ten Best list for six times.
The second generation Acura Integra (Series DA5-DA9, DB1-DB2; 1990-1993) was introduced in 1989. It was available in five trim levels such as GS, LS, RS, GSL and GS-R powered by 1.6 L ZC, 1.6 L B16A, 1.8 L B18A1 and 1.7 L B17A1 engines, which were fitted along with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions. Honda debuted the third generation (Series DB6-DB9, DC1-DC2, DC4; 1994-2001) Acura Integra in 1993. It then had RS, LS, SE, GS and GS-R trim levels. Main power resources were 1.6 L SOHC ZC, 1.8 L B18B and 1.8 L B18C engines mated to 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions.
Acura Integra Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
Everything will wear out as time passes by, so will Acura Integra. In order to help more Integra owners diagnose and solve common problems as early as possible, here are the most common problems collected from some Integra drivers:
First, engine problem. This problem has three very transparent signs, which are the abnormal rattling noise from the front of the engine, the white or grey oil smoke and the illuminated Check Engine Light. What's more, engine would have a higher operating temperature, dropped oil pressure, leaking oil under the vehicle and oil levels became lower. In addition, engine performance would reduce as a lack of acceleration power, engine misfiring or backfiring. These signs are indicating the oil pump, oil pan gasket, oil pan, timing belt, piston ring set and oil filter as well as radiator hose need an excellent maintenance.
Second, transmission and suspension system issues. Transmission failure on Acura Integra always gets solved by replacing the pilot bearing. However, Integra drivers said the vehicle handling responded in a slower and more sluggish speed. At the same time, rattling or squeaking noises from underneath the car can be heard while driving. And these signs are often caused by a bad sway bar link bushing.
In fact, in order to keep a car at the prime condition all the time, every auto part needs special care. For example, the water pump and thermostat, which both play important parts in keeping engine cool. They should also get maintenance regularly.
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