Last post on Aug 20, 2012 at 9:11 AM
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Acura Legend, Sedan
#810 of 812 Re: 89 Legend Overheating Problem [invisaline]
Jul 17, 2011 (7:26 pm)
what do you work for that company or something
#811 of 812 Legend coupe starter
Dec 11, 2011 (3:09 pm)
I own a 1993 Acura Legend L coupe with the 3.2 six cylinder type II engine with a 6 speed manual transmission... About a month ago the battery light came on while i was driving on the highway. I took the car to Advance Auto where they informed me that the alternator was bad... I replaced the alternator and the car would not start!!! Wouldn't make a sound!!! I rechecked all my connections and tested the battery and all was good. My instincts lead me to believe that the starter is culprit but i just had a new starter installed last year!!! Me and some friends just pushed started the car and it started right up!!! The starter relay clicks when the clutch is pushed in so once again the starter is my main suspect... Anyone have any insight or suggestions on this???
#812 of 812 Re: 89 Legend Overheating Problem [jonatbaylor]
Aug 20, 2012 (9:11 am)
This an update, to the overheating problem. I am now at 250,890 and I have had no heating problems at all. No, I do not work for Blue Devil nor am I connected to them in any way. I just know the product saved me a group of money, and 12,000 miles later it is still working. Now I have a problem with the ignition, the car will start for about 1 1/2 seconds and cut off. I think the problem is between the ignitin switch and the ignition harness. The windows were working when the switch was not in the usual position the sun roof did not work with the key in the regular position. I think one or both of those things is worn out. If you have a better idea let me know.