I have a 95' automatic Integra LS... the tranny is out now.. I think... when I put it in drive it makes a bad grinding sound, and when I put it any other gear it does nothing, just sits there while I give it gas... does this sound like a tranny gone bad, or what else could it be? Any help will be greatly appreciated...
The car has had some mods done to it... DC headers, AEM cold air intake, Skunk 2 adjustable coils all corners, strut bars front and rear, top and bottom, plus a c- pillar bar... riding on 16' rota slipstreams... I have the car for sale at $3500 if anyone is interested... got married and now have a daughter.. not much room for a car seat...
I have a 95 Acura LS with a spoiler and performance chip. They work wonders; saves on gas and all.
I have no problems with this car. It is a great car that is able to be counted on.
Horsepower doesn't always matter. Keep in mind the weight of the car and engine have a lot to do with how long it takes to get to a certain point.
Yes, I have a 1995 Acura Integra and it's a pretty good car, but I could drive this car for several miles and park it. Then try to start it and it won't start. After letting it sit for 5 or 10 minutes, it will then start up. Any suggestions on the fuel pump maybe?
Cold engine, starts fine, drive around, park for 5 minutes, come back, engine turns over, but engine will not fire or start.
Classic main fuel relay issues with Honda/Acuras.
Pay someone $150 to fix, or just $60 if you get the part and do it yourself.
You can Google videos.
I have had this issue with cars, and it was heat soak from the starter. Cool down and it starts fine. I bought starter heat wrap at the auto supply store.