Acura RSX Experts

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Acura RSX Model Overview

Acura RSX Questions

Kaitlin Melegrito
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What Is The Color Code Of The Reverse Wire?

Trying to connect the positive wire to a dvd player.

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Kaitlin Melegrito
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How Do You Remove The Hand Brake Switch?

I am trying to connect the positive wire to a dvd player.

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Aurelia Lopez
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Why Won't It Start

Car was running perfectly fine untI'll I came a cross a fuel pump leak I managed to replace the leaky upper half of the fuel pump unit.... car hasn't started since. ... please help thank you

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duski37
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My 2003 Rsx Type S Idle Is Higher (1500-2000) While I Am Coasting In Neutra...

Just started this after I calibrated the tps. It is at .5 at closed throttle, so that's right.

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irvinbrah
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Left Back Speaker Not Working???

I have an Acura RSX base. The back left speaker wont work but the rest are fine. When i went on the fader/balancer on the head unit and when i faded/balanced it to the back left, the back right sp...

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About the Acura RSX

The RSX was Acura's short-lived replacement for its popular Integra.  First produced in 2002, the RSX was available in two trims: the standard two-door hatchback and the sportier Type S.  

The Acura RSX was based on the Honda Civic platform, and comparisons to its less-expensive cousin dogged the RSX throughout its existence.  Many said they felt they got more car for their dollars on the Civic, while the RSX owners tended to take the opposite argument.

The engine for the RSX was a 2.0-liter I4 throughout its lifetime with horsepower hovering between 150-160 for the standard trim and 200-210 for the Type S.  Torque remained at 141 lb-ft for the standard and at 143 lb-ft for the Type S.

The standard trim was offered as both a 5-speed automatic and a 5-speed manual, while the Type S was available only as a 6-speed manual.  The last RSX was produced in 2006 as Acura made the TSX its entry-level coupe.