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brake & abs light on 93 acura

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Question From poopepants on brake & abs light on 93 acura

i have a 93 acura legend that has a recent brake and abs light that came on. i checked the brake fluid which is fine. i cant get a diagnostic done at a free place like autozone because there parts will only check a 96 or higher. i heard that u can get a code yourself wich appears on the dash somewhere which i can translate myself online. is this true? and if so how? i cant afford to pay 100$ at a honda dealer.
93 acura legend
167,000 miles
thanks for your help

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer



Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs):

  1. Disconnect the service check connector from the connector cover located under the glove box. Connect the two terminals of the service check connector with a jumper wire.
  2. Turn the ignition switch ON, but do not start the engine.




  1. Record the blinking frequency of the ABS indicator light. The blinking frequency indicates the Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC).

CAUTION: Before starting the engine, disconnect the jumper wire from the service check connector, or else the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) will stay on with the engine running .

NOTE:
  • The ABS control unitt can indicate three DTCs (one, two or three problems).
  • If the ABS indicator light does not light, see Troubleshooting of ABS Indicator Light Circuit.
  • If you miscount the blinking frequency, turn the ignition switch off then on to cycle the ABS indicator light again.
  • After the repair is completed, disconnect the ABS B2 (15 A) fuse in the under-hood fuse/relay box for at least three seconds to erase the ABS control unit's memory. Then turn the ignition key on again and recheck.
  • The memory is erased if the connector is disconnected from the ABS control unit or the ABS control unit is removed from the body.
  • After recording the main and sub-code (if applicable), refer to the Symptom-to-System Chart.

  • 93 acura abs + brake light solution

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    Question From poopepants on 93 acura abs + brake light solution

    i had posted here about a week ago about my abs light and how to check the code, which helped greatly, much appreciated. so i found that the abs light is coming on due to the E brake light being on. the computer thinks that the E brake is still on an active causing the abs light to come on after 30 seconds of driving. it is used to help prevent the brake from being left on. since the E brake is now not on the brake light stays on the dash, so i a m assuming that there is a short in the connection between the e brake and the light, although i am far from anyone who knows what they are talking about. i would greatly appreciate it if someone could guide me through some trouble shooting or some other reasons of why my brake light wold remain on, and how to fix it. if you could please reply asap. thanks
    thank you so much again for your help, this place rocks

    1993 Acura Legend
    v6 3.2L
    167,000 miles

    Response From Hammer Time

    What is the exact code number?

    Response From poopepants

    the code was (2)1 or two then one

    Response From Hammer Time

    Do you have a regular, red brake light on beside the ABS light? If not, does the light even work?

    Response From poopepants

    the red brake light is working, i assume it stays on but wont turn off though. it is up above the abs light an to the right above the speedometer.

    Response From Hammer Time

    If that light is on, then that is the reason the ABS light is on. It could be low on brake fluid, parking brake partially applied or a hydraulic problem in the brake system.

    Response From poopepants Top Rated Answer

    I've checked the brake fluid and e brake position those are in good working condition.I don't know about it but I have heard of a malefaction in the switch between the brake an light on older cars that can be hit when the e brake is activated that can accidentally be left on which makes the brake light come on. Or what are some ways to check for a short in the connections between the brake and light? Thanks again for your feedback

    Response From Hammer Time

    I just told you what the 3 things were that can put that light on. You are going to have to determine which one it is.

    acura integra gas mileage

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    Question From Guest on acura integra gas mileage

    Hello. My 1999 Acura Integra should get at least 30 mpg highway. I have only been getting 21 mpg since I purchased it a couple years ago. What could be the reasons for such drastic difference in mpg? Air filter, tire pressure, fuel injector cleaner, have all been considered. Thanks for any help.

    Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

    According to fueleconomy.gov 21 mpg is your average city mileage 29mpg highway. Your will only get 29 mpg if you drive under 60 mph. Aggressive driving (speeding, rapid acceleration and hard braking) wastes gas. It can lower your gas mileage by 33 percent at highway speeds. http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/bymodel/1999_Acura_Integra.shtml

    Response From dave284

    That and regular tune-ups would help, but you got account for engine wear

    2001 Acura Mdx Tranny Issues

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    Question From DerrickJames on 2001 Acura Mdx Tranny Issues

    Hello I have a 2001 Acura Mdx that was running fine for a few months once first purchased used. Having issues with transmission e.g. Hesitant sometimes when switching between 1-2 gears, wouldn't go in reverse, truck shakes randomly at different speeds, when very hot brakes lose pressure almost pedal to floor when braking. Started doing research on issue and found out about recalls, contacted Acura dealership. Acura said that MDX had already been serviced for that recall and unless the car didn't run I would have to pay for labor and tranny replacement of about $5,000.00. I just recently purchased the vehicle so I definitely did not do the repair from Acura. For one I know for a fact they didn't even look at the transmission to see if there was any discoloration or gear chipping. They looked up system check tool read the code and said yea you just have to replace the transmission. After that driving Mdx daily problems started to fade with no work done to tranny, then months later started up again. Took it to local mechanic and told them I wanted to price how much it would be to buy and replace tranny, after having truck several hours they called me back and said the error code is pin-pointing solenoid a and b, said tranny and gears were fine just needs solenoid a - b replaced. I said okay about two to three days later they call back and said that solenoid a and b were replaced but did not fix issue then immediately said I'll just need tranny replacement. I've just recently had my front lower control arm, brake pads and rotors replaced. Now having shaking/vibration in steering wheel at speeds above 60 mph. Thinking about replacing tranny control module, torque converter, and adding super oil cooler or should I just purchase rebuilt/reman tranny? And if you say just purchase rebuilt/reman tranny should it be from same year because I'm worried that they will have same issues? Any help or new insight on this issue would be greatly appreciated, I have a family and I don't want my MDX to lock up on me since the Acura dealership doesn't care our safety. I have a 2001 Acura MDX v6 3.5 engine with about 149K miles....Please help!

    Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

    Which trouble code numbers are showing up? I don't think you should go replacing the trans control module unless you know it is bad. If it is being diagnosed as a faulty transmission, your best bet is to have a reman installed or have a transmission shop go through it.