A Little Thing About Cruise Control System Cruise control is a feature in a car which is able to automatically manage the speed of the car. If the system is activated, your car may be running constantly in accordance with the speed you set. Cruise control got the right to control the throttle to control the car’s speed. If the sensor rate began to slow down the car, this feature will attract gas cable so that the car can be returned to the initial speed. Or electronically open the throttle if Read more […]
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The RSX is a compact hatch of Acura. The Acura RSX is a sports coupe with an engine delivering 201 hp at 7800 rev / min for the Type S and 155 hp at 6500 rev / min for the standard version and the Premium. Its rounded lines is a stylish car and aerodynamics. Its dashboard features white dials enhancing the sportiness of the whole. It is not equipped with the traction control and stability. The passage holes in the road is poorly damped for its part, this being due to the suspension sport. Note Read more […]
The following picture shows the illustration of Acura RSX ABS Modulator System. The ABS modulator consists of the inlet solenoid valve.outlet solenoid valve, reservoir, pump, and the pump motor. The modulator reduces the caliper fluid pressure directly.
Here is a typical schematic depicting the 2003 Acura RSX Automatic Interlock System Wiring Diagram. The automatic interlock system consists of battery, underhood fuse and relay box, ignition switch.
Acura RSX charging system circuit and wiring diagram. The charging system consists of: battery, ignition switch, alternator, PCM, voltage regulator, rectifier, and fuse.
To test the Starter Solenoid on the 2002 Acura RSX K20A2 Engine, do the following: Disconnect the S and M connectors from the starter solenoid. Check the hold-in coil for continuity between the S terminal and the armature housing (ground). There should be continuity. If there is continuity, go to the next step (3).
The following article discuss about the 2003 Acura engine electrical system and troubleshooting. The engine electrical system consists of starting system, ignition system, charging system, and cruise control system. Starting system, in this part/section you will find detail explanation about component location, circuit diagram, starter circuit troubleshooting, clutch interlock switch test, starter solenoid test, starter performance test, starter replacement, and starter overhaul.