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Acura Integra Service Manual
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|Acura Integra 1986 Service Manual.rar||156.8Mb||Download|
|Acura Integra 1990 Service Manual.rar||88.3Mb||Download|
|Acura Integra 1994 – 1997 Service Repair Manual PDF.rar||36.9Mb||Download|
|Acura Integra 1994 Multimedia Service Manual.rar||218.8Mb||Download|
|Acura Integra 1994 Service Manual.rar||33.5Mb||Download|
|Acura Integra 1998 – 2001 Service Repair Manual PDF.rar||51Mb||Download|
|Acura Integra 1998 Repair Manual.rar||49.1Mb||Download|
|Acura Integra Honda Integra 1986-1989 Service Repair Manual PDF.rar||154Mb||Download|
Acura Integra Electrical Wiring Diagrams
|Starting system of 1990 Acura Integra – wiring diagram.jpg||21.3kb||Download|
|Acura Integra Electrical Wiring Diagrams.jpg||153kb||Download|
|1998 Acura Integra gs-r coupe 1.6 Electrical Wiring Diagrams.jpg||79.2kb||Download|
|1994-1996 Acura Integra engine schematic.gif||123.7kb||Download|
Acura Integra History
First generation, 1986
The hatchback Acura Integra, debuted in 1986, was a copy of the Honda Quint Integra. It was one of the first models of the brand Acura, created specifically for the American market. Buyers were offered versions with a three-door and five-door body. The engine is 1.6-liter, with a capacity of 113-118 liters. s., gearbox – a five-step “mechanics” or a four-stage “automatic”.
The second generation, 1990
Sedans and three-door hatchbacks of the second generation began to be produced in 1990. Acura Integra received a 1.8-liter engine (130-140 hp), and in 1992 a three-door GS-R, equipped with a 1.7 VTEC engine with a variable valve timing system developing 160 forces, entered the market.
Third generation, 1994
The third generation of “Integra” began to offer in 1994 with bodies a three-door hatchback and a sedan-hardtop. The car was still a copy of the Honda model of the same name.
Acura Integra was equipped with engines 1.8 (140-142 hp) and 1.8 VTEC (170 forces), and in 1997 the Type-R version with a boosted to 195 “horses” engine, reconfigured suspension, reinforced brakes and a sports kit bodywork. In 2001, the Acura RSX replaced this model.