Even though I have a 1990 Acura Integra, everthing falls into the 1991 scheme. I looked a while for the E.C.U. before I relized that.
The one L.E.D. light for code output gave slow (1 sec.) flashes and also faster (1/2 sec.) flashes.
For detail instructions on how to read the light flashes see link below.
The "L" stands for the long flash, the "S" stands for the short flashes and the "..." stands for for one second per period.
My error code was (L...SSSSSS...LLLLSSS...)
Please tell me if you concide with my read of
Code 1- Oxygen Sensor
Code 6-Coolant Temperatue(TW)
Code 43-Fuel Supply System
I found a way to test the coolant sensor to determine if it is a broken wire or bad sensor.
I will replace the Oxygen sensor.
I have found that you can unplug the connection to the fuel pump and check voltage from the Yellow wire to ground to find if the pump is being energized.
I replaced about ten rotten vaccum lines which didn't solve this problem but needed to be done.
I have been convinced to remove the Throttle Body for cleaning, but have to wait untill tomorrow for a new gasket.
I'll post the results as soon as I can.
Friday, December 15th, 2006 AT 7:31 PM