Last post on Feb 09, 2011 at 2:10 PM
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Acura Integra, Interior, Hatchback
#8 of 17 *STOLEN SPECIAL EDITION*
Apr 19, 2008 (12:07 am)
i need both door panels and the motors for the electric windows .i also need a steering column,the assembaly for the moonroof control,the back panels where the speakers mount. i also need all the badges for the car, all of these parts were stripped from my car when it was stolen.
i have a 1995 - Acura - Integra LS Special Edition.
any help on locating these parts would be appreciated!
#9 of 17 Re: *STOLEN SPECIAL EDITION* [cadillacrifraf]
Apr 19, 2008 (4:31 am)
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#10 of 17 Leather Seat Issues
Sep 26, 2009 (12:08 pm)
We bought a '08 Acura. At about 4 monts old we started to have issues with the seats.
The front leather seats started to wear/tear abnormally. This has occurred on both front seats. On the side upper panel closest to the door.
I was wondering if anyone else had experienced anything like this??
#11 of 17 Re: Leather Seat Issues [ksellis]
by PFFlyer@Edmunds HOST
Sep 28, 2009 (3:05 am)
Are they tearing at the seams?
#13 of 17 2001 Acura GS water issues
Mar 17, 2010 (6:00 am)
I have a a 2001 acura integra and i have noticed that i have been getting water in the inside of my car. the problem seems to be in the hatch area since my trunk carpet is completely soaked, and now the carpet in the back seats and front seats are starting to get wet as well. I do see some standing water where the spare tire seats but cant seem to notice where the leak is coming from. Today i had condensation on the inside of the back glass and some on the front windshield. i checked the seal around the hatch and dont see and tears or rips. the only thing getting wet is my carpet, not the hatch cover. i dont see water stains on any of the rear plastic moldings so i have no clue wat it can be. Please help
#14 of 17 Re: 2001 Acura GS water issues [acuraalex617]
Apr 07, 2010 (11:50 am)
Was it raining? or i did you wash your car? Did you make sure everything was shut properly?
Only thing I can think of is the rubber lining going bad. Rain or water usually runs down the channels in the hatch area if coming from outside so it doesn't get in. Are the side window seals all OK? Any seals around the doors going bad and leaking? Tough to say without being able to look it over. Do you have a moon roof? Is it shut and sealed properly when closed? IThe only thing you can do is look for the source of the leak.
#15 of 17 Re: 2001 Acura GS water issues [car_love]
Apr 07, 2010 (12:23 pm)
My mothers was doing the same thing and this is what I did to fix it...
Open the trunk, standing against car, looking down at the black big plastic piece, but on the end towards you around the front edge there are square black holes...I put electrical tape on all the holes and now no water gets in. Might or might not fix your problem, but thought I'd let you know what I did. Kind of hard to explain, but hopefully you got what I was trying to explain.
#16 of 17 Re: 2001 Acura GS water issues [vickylt]
Feb 09, 2011 (1:58 pm)
VickyIt, Please describe again or post a pic.
I have the same problem ... there is a lot of water where my spare sits, and it's coming from somewhere inside the truck but I can' tell.
#17 of 17 Re: Defroster not working on back window of hatchback [vickylt]
Feb 09, 2011 (2:10 pm)
Me too.... You can buy a defroster paint and fill in where you think the lines got nicked. This is good only if little sections on the line were damaged.
It's a pain though since it's hard to tell where the nicks are. I damaged 85%+ of the defroster lines when I had to remove bubbling tint. I managed to fix 3-4 lines using the paint.
Is there a painless way to remove the tint? I need to remove the tint on my driver's side window since it's beginning to peel.