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Acura Integra, Coupe, Hatchback
Jun 12, 2003 (5:02 am)
Sounds reasonable, but I'd replace the OE radiator with a Fluidyne unit -- better cooling, stronger core, and it's much better made than the factory piece.
http://store.summitracing.com/default.asp?target=search.asp&t- - - ype=bykeyword&searchtype=both&part=fluidyne&x=15&- - - y=8
Acura: 1994-99 Integra, 38 mm tubes, aluminum, radiator
For the same money, it's a better deal.
I had to replace both my radiator and A/C condensor ($1200 w/labor!)on my '98 GS-R, and made the mistake of going with a factory radiator. My philosphy is to replace whatever breaks with better aftermarket pieces. That's what I did when my factory exhaust manifold cracked - I put in a DC Sports 4-2-1 header. Wheee!
Jun 12, 2003 (6:25 am)
you're lucky you didn't damage the head!
#441 of 1037 Brake Master Cylinder Problem?
Jul 01, 2003 (6:49 am)
My '95 Integra LS 4-door with 77k miles has a braking problem. Pedal slowly sinks to near the floor while braking or holding the car at a light. Obviously a master cylinder, I guess, except the problem is intermittent, happening only when the outside temperature is high and the car is warmed up. Has anyone else had problems like this. Could there be another explanation? I'm taking the car in Thursday to have the master cylinder replaced, because neither the dealer nor I have any other theory.
#442 of 1037 Brake Master Cylinder
Jul 12, 2003 (8:50 pm)
Those are exactly the problems I experienced in my '91 Integra. Replaced the master cylinder and symptoms are gone.
#443 of 1037 Reply to "Brake Master Cylinder "
Jul 13, 2003 (7:42 am)
Thanks for the response. I had the master cylinder replaced last week. Symptoms are gone.
#444 of 1037 95 Acura RS 65000miles
Jul 14, 2003 (9:45 am)
I just bought a 1995 RS with 65000 miles on there for 6200. The only catch was that the car had a salvaged title, and it is now a clean rebuilt title. I was just wondering if anyone on here has carfax?
Also, were there any known major problems with that year? The car drives fine...
Thanks for any advices...
#445 of 1037 95 Acura RS 65000miles
Jul 14, 2003 (10:45 am)
Hi jcw915- In addition to the feedback here, you may also want to check in Edmunds' Maintenance Guide to see if there are any recalls and/or technical service bulletins (TSBs) for your vehicle year?
Good luck, and please keep us posted on your Acura Integra ownership experience.
Hatchbacks & Wagons Boards
#446 of 1037 1995 Integra RS, 2D hatchback -- love!
Jul 29, 2003 (7:35 am)
It's my first time posting to the forum, but found it very helpful in my quest to find a new car. I had a 1999 Accord EX coming off of lease and refused to pay (overpay!) what they wanted for the car. I considered an RSX (is it me, or is the rear visibility terrible???) and the Celica (cute but I love Hondas).
One afternoon, I saw him: my 1995 Integra RS, silver, 34K miles!, sexy! The next day, I was driving home my new obsession. So far, I have put about 500 miles on the car and other than forcing the dealer to replace the timing belt (which they couldn't prove had ever been done), I've had no problems.
All in all, a great little car, great on gas and very zippy! Now, I want a good keyless/security system on my 'baby'. Any suggestions? I don't want to pay a fortune, but I would absolutely KILL if anyone took him...also, any idea on a good place to get a car cover for him?
-->one hot chic, loving her newly acquired 'Teg!!!
#447 of 1037 93 Integra is leaking water in the inside
Aug 06, 2003 (6:35 am)
I have a 1993 Integra and with all the rain we are having here in the NE, somewhere or something is blocked that there is water dripping under the dashboard on the passenger side. Actually it only drips while the car is in motion, so this leads me to think that there is an area where water should be draining but it's path is probably clogged, so the water is just getting collected somewhere.
The car is starting to smell like wet moldy clothes, so for now I am leaving the car inside the garage for the next 5 days with the windows open to dry out.
Does anyone know how I can fix the above problem, and or where is the problem?
Post #88 sounds like a similar problem, but no one responded to his post.
Aug 06, 2003 (8:23 am)
it is not the heater core?