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  1. Mine is doing this too in the past few weeks. Im trying to find a pattern, but I think it happens in wet road conditions and when I take it to car wash with under spray. It was driving fine till I took it to the car wash, then it would just randomly buck and die unexpectedly. It would restart, but had me concerned about trying to drive it back home on a busy highway, so I had it towed home and havent investigated it. Like yourself, I have also replaced the coil a few years ago and the crank sensor behind the HBalancer. I did clean up airflow sensor with electrical spray. Definitely trying to a
  2. HR6 stands for REVISED. Its has updated internals for R134 reverse compatibility.
  3. www.rodneydickman.com sells all headlight repair items including the delrin bushings.
  4. Wow after several years absence I am shocked to see my OP thread still active. I just got my Reatta back so I'll be active again on here. :)
  5. Probably just need to find a switchback same color LED bulb. For example of a switchback. Since this forum wont allow FFWD, go to 6:33. http://youtu.be/80rMQVhYOTU?t=6m33s
  6. Does the ABS remain off while parked and running? It would seem that after reaching 5-15mph, one of the wheel sensors is triggering a code. If it's never moved, would like to know if light never appears.
  7. Cool. Care to write something up for archives?
  8. Replaced passenger side torque rollers in the headlight motor. Such a PITA to remove the headlight bucket just so one can get to the motor! Once removed, the motor cover screws and rebuild went really smooth.
  9. Installed 6 x 9's in 88 coupe. I wanted to add some additional photos to help clarify the removal and install. Once you get the top panel off by removing the brake light cover, there's a mm bolt, and two screws covering the coat hook and seat belt pulley cover. There's a grommet near the seat belt so be careful when pulling away from the pillar. The lower rounded panel has three screws near the cargo entry and three grommets near the door. Interesting to find a body VIN tag here. Use a pry tool like this one to keep from breaking grommet brackets. Use thumbs to evenly disperse pressure when
  10. Installed 6 x 9's in 88 coupe. I wanted to add some additional photos to help clarify the removal and install. Once you get the top panel off by removing the brake light cover, there's a mm bolt, and two screws covering the coat hook and seat belt pulley cover. There's a grommet near the seat belt so be careful when pulling away from the pillar. The lower rounded panel has three screws near the cargo entry and three grommets near the door. Interesting to find a body VIN tag here. Use a pry tool like this one to keep from breaking grommet brackets. Use thumbs to evenly disperse pressure wh
  11. Are these interchangeable with other GM models of the era? Say 88 Fiero? How often do they go bad?
  12. Also installed IJDMTOY.com wedge 194 12 SMD LEDs illumination bulbs for the license plate. http://store.ijdmtoy.com/2825-168-194-LED-Bulbs-License-Plate-Lights-p/lp_acura_c3.htm
  13. OK so today I was motivated to steam clean the interior. I realized that it would be faster just to soak the floor mats in TIDE powder detergent. Here's my results. The first step is to draw a hot/warm bath with about 2" of water and half a scoop of TIDE detergent. I experienced no color bleed or problems. The water quickly went dark. These mats were dirtier than they looked. I started off scrubbing them with my hands in a circular motion. I used a hand held sprayer on turbo mode to wash out the silt and mud. Even with a 1st rinse, the tub had excess silt layer. It was time for a 2nd wash
  14. Meant to be a daily motivational post. Anything productive that you did to your Reatta, post it here. Pictures explaining what you did would work well too! Sometimes seeing what others are doing sparks some motivation and new ways to approach problems.
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