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Re: What did you do to your teg today?

Postby EhBrah » May 28th, 2013, 12:22 pm

I looked at some of my parts bins and realized I just bought some things I already had like a water pump, timing belt, tensioner, and vc gasket. Check your inventory before ordering parts!

I have several cars, parts for those and parts from other cars....bins and bins of parts, including new parts like full exhaust systems, suspension stuff, etc. I'm working on an inventory spreadsheet to keep track of all the stuff. It would be a lot easier if it were for one or two type of vehicles but I've got a van, truck, cars, Ford, Dodge, Honda, Acura...so it's hard to remember all the different parts and configurations.
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Postby redteg73 » June 10th, 2013, 2:57 am

I broke my cv axle autocrossing. Really need an lsd so i can drive in said situation instead of trailering it home.

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Postby Biscuit » August 6th, 2013, 9:23 am

I replaced the front rotors tonight. No more shaky steering wheel while braking.
Now I need to warranty replace the CV axles since I noticed both have torn outer boots.

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Postby JLAUDIOinCIVIC » August 18th, 2013, 7:16 pm

unlocked the door, got my 1911 out, locked the door back..
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Postby redteg73 » August 22nd, 2013, 1:45 am

Recently fixed a giant vacuum leak on my iacv. Swapped my tps and recalibrated. Bypassed the coolant lines that run through the throttle body and iacv. My car doesn't seem to know when it's warmed up anymore.

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Postby Biscuit » September 5th, 2013, 9:29 am

On my way into work I made the tires HOWL around the two fun corners! Happy face is happy!
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Postby redteg73 » September 8th, 2013, 3:25 am

Realized my only key is missing, dissasembled the ignition switch, realized i could steal one of these cars with a number eight wrench and a flat head screwdriver in 15 minutes.

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Postby evtsteward » September 8th, 2013, 12:02 pm

redteg73 wrote:Realized my only key is missing, dissasembled the ignition switch, realized i could steal one of these cars with a number eight wrench and a flat head screwdriver in 15 minutes.

Or you can just reach under the dash, disconnect the two plugs and hook up your spare keyed ignition switch and you'd be gone in half that. :cry:
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Postby ProjectIntegra89 » September 9th, 2013, 9:01 pm

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redteg73 wrote:Realized my only key is missing, dissasembled the ignition switch, realized i could steal one of these cars with a number eight wrench and a flat head screwdriver in 15 minutes.

Or you can just reach under the dash, disconnect the two plugs and hook up your spare keyed ignition switch and you'd be gone in half that. :cry:


Good idea... so where do you live again? ;) :lol:
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Postby d16a3teg » September 9th, 2013, 9:23 pm

long overdue oil change; energy suspension master bush kit; semi slick tyres and a wash - first time the car has moved in 13 months!

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Postby redteg73 » September 10th, 2013, 12:27 am

evtsteward wrote:
redteg73 wrote:Realized my only key is missing, dissasembled the ignition switch, realized i could steal one of these cars with a number eight wrench and a flat head screwdriver in 15 minutes.

Or you can just reach under the dash, disconnect the two plugs and hook up your spare keyed ignition switch and you'd be gone in half that. :cry:


I see you have more experience than me! I work with a guy that repo's boats in that exact manner. He has a few different ignition switches, pushed the boat out from the pier, unscrews the ignition from the panel and puts one of his in and goes away.

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Postby silentsnow31802 » September 10th, 2013, 3:48 am

I missed my odometer turning over 200,000. I looked down to see 200,003 :-/
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Postby MinkelR » November 7th, 2013, 2:06 am

The cold finally killed my battery today :(. I could hear it starting to struggle with starts for the past few weeks. Died just shy of 5 years old, such a tragedy...
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Postby evtsteward » November 7th, 2013, 1:30 pm

MinkelR wrote:The cold finally killed my battery today :(. I could hear it starting to struggle with starts for the past few weeks. Died just shy of 5 years old, such a tragedy...

My condolences to you and yours. lol :P
On the other topic tho, gave the SE a good tune up, oil-filter change and fixed the drip into the blower motor again. Like your battery, it's a every five year ordeal to caulk the valance piece and screw holes. :lol: :x
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Postby 87g1teger » November 8th, 2013, 5:07 pm

looked at her while shes dying... she needs an engine.... timing tensioner bolt pulled out....
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Postby MinkelR » November 9th, 2013, 12:26 am

Turned the engine over to 20,000 miles already! Replaced the weeping valve cover gasket.
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Postby d16a3teg » November 10th, 2013, 11:36 am

New rear discs and pads. All set for another few years now
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Postby Biscuit » November 11th, 2013, 11:10 am

I warrantied the alternator and changed the oil. Having manual steering makes the alternator replacement so much easier!
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Postby MinkelR » December 3rd, 2013, 10:22 pm

Blocked off the idle control valve with a soda can to stop the damn cold weather idle surge. Also think my starter might be freezing up. We'll see...
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Postby KRoundy » December 5th, 2013, 2:47 am

Oil change and recently noticed that my coolant level is low, so I topped that up. I need to do the bushings / tie rods on the front (again). Things are feeling loose. :( It's a labor of love, these cars...
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Postby MinkelR » December 15th, 2013, 11:35 pm

Replaced the idle control valve and bled the cooling system. All seems well so far.
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Postby 247christian » December 19th, 2013, 8:10 am

Added new hatch lift structs and man are they strong.


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Postby d16a3teg » January 4th, 2014, 1:41 am

Adjusted drivers door alignment with a couple of washers and recharged the battery. Adjusted idle speed as well!
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Postby evtsteward » January 4th, 2014, 1:13 pm

d16a3teg wrote:Adjusted drivers door alignment with a couple of washers and recharged the battery. Adjusted idle speed as well!

I found that the pins that go thru the hinge halves have a horseshoe clip on them and can be removed and replaced by ones from the passenger side. The drivers side were pretty worn down, while the passenger side ones were relatively new. Just swapped the pins out and the drivers door aligns again without drooping. :!:
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Postby MinkelR » January 4th, 2014, 3:36 pm

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d16a3teg wrote:Adjusted drivers door alignment with a couple of washers and recharged the battery. Adjusted idle speed as well!

I found that the pins that go thru the hinge halves have a horseshoe clip on them and can be removed and replaced by ones from the passenger side. The drivers side were pretty worn down, while the passenger side ones were relatively new. Just swapped the pins out and the drivers door aligns again without drooping. :!:

I may have to look into this. Mine are sagging so far I can hear it hit the latch while it's being closed.
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Postby MugenBOI » January 4th, 2014, 5:39 pm

Biscuit wrote:I warrantied the alternator and changed the oil. Having manual steering makes the alternator replacement so much easier!

im going to be repalcing my alternator soon but i noticed that it looks tricky to get it out. Any tips

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MugenBOI wrote:
Biscuit wrote:I warrantied the alternator and changed the oil. Having manual steering makes the alternator replacement so much easier!

im going to be repalcing my alternator soon but i noticed that it looks tricky to get it out. Any tips

Pay someone else to do it. . . :lol: Actually it isn't that hard, just labor intensive. I can change one out in less than an hour but, this is how I do it:
1-break axle nut loose on drivers side and loosen tire lug nuts.
2-jack up drivers side, remove tire.
3-remove brake caliper and strut hose brkt bolt, hang out of the way.
4-place jack under knuckle on ball joint, remove strut keeper bolt.
5-lower knuckle till strut can be removed. Tip knuckle down and back.
6-remove axle from short shaft. Remove oil filter.
7-loosen nut for square head hinge bolt thru cast braces (for pwr steering).
8-loosen alt tensioner and remove the locking bolt part from alt.
9-move the alt all the way aft to use an extension to take off the battery power feed. Oh, BTW, you should have already removed the ground cable from the battery. Or, if not, do it now and replace that blue 15amp fuse inside the engine bay fuse box that's burnt out. lol.
10-Unplug the alt connector, pull out the square head hinge bolt and maneuver the alt out past the oil filter stem and exhaust.

Reinstall is just about reverse, less the fuse replacement hopefully. It sounds like a lot but, there's only this bolt, that bolt, an oil filter and a couple scarred hands. You'll do fine. :ugeek:
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Postby MinkelR » January 12th, 2014, 11:37 am

Swapped out the cooling fan relay. Now my fan goes on!
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Postby MugenBOI » January 12th, 2014, 5:39 pm

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Biscuit wrote:I warrantied the alternator and changed the oil. Having manual steering makes the alternator replacement so much easier!

im going to be repalcing my alternator soon but i noticed that it looks tricky to get it out. Any tips

Pay someone else to do it. . . :lol: Actually it isn't that hard, just labor intensive. I can change one out in less than an hour but, this is how I do it:
1-break axle nut loose on drivers side and loosen tire lug nuts.
2-jack up drivers side, remove tire.
3-remove brake caliper and strut hose brkt bolt, hang out of the way.
4-place jack under knuckle on ball joint, remove strut keeper bolt.
5-lower knuckle till strut can be removed. Tip knuckle down and back.
6-remove axle from short shaft. Remove oil filter.
7-loosen nut for square head hinge bolt thru cast braces (for pwr steering).
8-loosen alt tensioner and remove the locking bolt part from alt.
9-move the alt all the way aft to use an extension to take off the battery power feed. Oh, BTW, you should have already removed the ground cable from the battery. Or, if not, do it now and replace that blue 15amp fuse inside the engine bay fuse box that's burnt out. lol.
10-Unplug the alt connector, pull out the square head hinge bolt and maneuver the alt out past the oil filter stem and exhaust.

Reinstall is just about reverse, less the fuse replacement hopefully. It sounds like a lot but, there's only this bolt, that bolt, an oil filter and a couple scarred hands. You'll do fine. :ugeek:



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Postby d16a3teg » January 13th, 2014, 9:22 am

Washed the car and repositioned the non genuine drivers seat - was to the right too much (approx 15mm) and now its bang on centered! It's great having summer holidays and 30 degree days - too hot tomorrow at 43 C to do anything in the shed................might need to stay inside with the other toys from Christmas
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Postby thebranded » January 13th, 2014, 11:02 pm

split a bout 1/4 bottle of brake fluid in engine bay :evil: Fell off battery and across radiator and headers

cant think of a better reason to clean, degreases and wash engine bay. Hopefully i got it all out
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Postby 87g1teger » January 17th, 2014, 7:42 pm

about to start to pull the motor for the be series swap
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Postby MinkelR » March 7th, 2014, 11:20 pm

Fixed my sunroof drain after I received an impromptu shower on my drive this morning. The RR tube was plugged and out of the grommet which explains my mysteriously damp hatch.

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Postby Integra » March 7th, 2014, 11:33 pm

Just went driving in it :roll:

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Postby Integra » March 10th, 2014, 10:41 pm

Driving and put a radio in it :P (the same radio that I had in my First Integra :D )

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Postby MinkelR » March 18th, 2014, 5:42 am

Replaced the front brakes for the first time finally. They were on for the 60,000 miles I've driven it plus whatever the PO put on them. Greased up the slider pins. The bushing and seals on the drivers side are pitted/torn and need replacing. I'll do that when the parts come in, granted it's not raining.
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Postby raisedhaze » March 18th, 2014, 1:20 pm

Got the intercooler fit:

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Postby Pr377yRicky » March 22nd, 2014, 10:21 pm

drove from work, starting to think my sunroof is gonna fly off. I can feel wind coming from the glass and plastic
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Postby JLAUDIOinCIVIC » March 31st, 2014, 7:49 pm

cleaned her, mounted the sub box, g3 short shfter, shifter bushings, replaced some of the broke trim..
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Postby Integra » April 25th, 2014, 9:42 pm

Whaaaaaa Teggie goes!

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That's about 116 MPH :mrgreen:

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Postby MinkelR » April 26th, 2014, 6:58 am

Downhill eh? lol
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Re: What did you do to your teg today?

Postby Biscuit » April 26th, 2014, 9:49 am

That's about 90mph in mine based on the rpm in 5th gear. That tachometer looks different from mine?
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Postby Integra » April 26th, 2014, 3:09 pm

MinkelR wrote:Downhill eh? lol



In Holland? Everything is flat here :P

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Re: What did you do to your teg today?

Postby MinkelR » April 26th, 2014, 6:02 pm

Biscuit wrote:That's about 90mph in mine based on the rpm in 5th gear. That tachometer looks different from mine?

Some of the overseas models came with different final drive ratios. I don't know how much it would affect it without doing any of the maths. Tach has the JDM orange pointers.

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In Holland? Everything is flat here :P


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Postby Integra » April 26th, 2014, 7:03 pm

My teg has a 1.5 litres 12 valve carburated engine... top speed is 125 MPH (200 kilometres)
It's running really smooth for a 26 years old car :)

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Re: What did you do to your teg today?

Postby evtsteward » June 28th, 2014, 4:55 pm

So after having the D16A1 engine rebuilt by a ASE certified mechanic friend I just filled up for the third time. Mileage was just over 40mpg. Yee! Anyone in the Puget Sound area in need of a quality rebuild message me and I'll give out his number. Make sure you tell him Robert, the Integra guy, recommended him. :D
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Re: What did you do to your teg today?

Postby MinkelR » July 2nd, 2014, 5:00 pm

Nice! I'm thinking of pulling out my PM7 cams. Gas is getting expensive and 40 mpg sounds pretty good right now!
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Re: What did you do to your teg today?

Postby raisedhaze » July 3rd, 2014, 4:23 pm

I put in an AEM fuel rail, FIC 775 injectors and pigtails, an OmniPower 3 bar map sensor, the first custom intercooler pipe, and an AEM boost gauge.

Next up is finish the remaining intercooler pipe and intake pipe as well as get the base tune loaded before it hits the dyno! :D
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Re: What did you do to your teg today?

Postby Mikakey » July 4th, 2014, 11:55 pm

I installed my 27mm torsion bars. After a two day process I finished but the car is at stock height so I have some tweaking to do

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