How to Test for an Evaporation Leak in an Acura?

Answer The Acura's air-conditioning system consists of an air compressor, evaporator, condenser, dryer or accumulator and an expansion block. It also uses high- and low-pressure hoses. Any one of these co... Read More »

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How to Find an Evaporation System Leak?

The evaporation system, also called EVAP on an automotive vehicle, traps and captures hydrocarbon vapors in the fuel system, which is related to emission control. The EVAP system recovers gas tank ... Read More »

How to Repair a 1991 Acura Legend's Oil Pan Leak?

The oil pan on the 1991 Acura Legend's engine might leak if the gasket is old and dry rotted, or if the pan is warped. If you hit a large piece of debris in the road, you could also put a hole in t... Read More »

How to Test for a Radiator Leak?

A car radiator works under pressure. The coolant system is pressurized and sent through the engine canals to cool the engine down. The coolant is then pushed back in to the radiator by a water pump... Read More »

How to Test the Ignition Coil on a 1996 Acura TL 2.5L?

1996 was the first year that Honda Motor Corporation introduced the Acura TL. The 1996 Acura appeared in the 2.5L and 3.2L sub-models. Both sub-models' names come from the size of the engine. The 1... Read More »