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common repairs times : 96 Acura Integra 1.8 PFI auto


ladagosta
03-06-2009, 06:37 AM
I want to know what some of the more common repairs times are concerning this vehicle

96 Acura Integra 1.8 PFI auto

Tune up -
lower ball joint -
upper ball joint -
F strut -
R strut -
generator/ altenator -
starter -
radiator -
battery - should be a quick guess of 15 -20 minutes
coil spring f -
coil spring r -
valve cover gasket -
timng belt/chain -
brakes f -
brakes r -
a/c compressor -
coil pack -
shock/strut -
shock/strut -
Wheel bearing -
egr -
oxygen sensor -
thermostat -
water pump -

thanks in advance :lol2:

ladagosta
08-13-2010, 04:35 AM
96 Acura Integra 1.8 PFI auto

Tune up -
lower ball joint -
upper ball joint -
F strut -
R strut -
generator/ altenator -
starter - took 30 - 45 minutes
radiator - took approximately 30- 45 minutes
battery - should be a quick guess of 15 -20 minutes
coil spring f -
coil spring r -
valve cover gasket -
timng belt/chain -
brakes f -
brakes r -
a/c compressor -
coil pack -
shock/strut -
shock/strut -
Wheel bearing -
egr -
oxygen sensor -
thermostat -
water pump -
add to this list
rotors front - about 30 minutes for each side

BullShifter
08-13-2010, 07:02 PM
96 Acura Integra 1.8 PFI auto

Tune up -Depends what you consider a "tune up"
lower ball joint - 1.0hr per side
upper ball joint - 1.0hr per side
F strut - 1.5hrs for both + alignment
R strutt - 1.5hrs
generator/ altenator - 1.5hrs
starter - took 30 - 45 minutes
radiator - took approximately 30- 45 minutes
battery - should be a quick guess of 15 -20 minutes
coil spring f - see strut time
coil spring r - see strut time
valve cover gasket -.5hrs (1.0hrs with valve adjustment)
timng belt/chain - 5.0 hrs
brakes f - 1.5hrs
brakes r - 1.5hrs
a/c compressor - 2.5(guessing) with dryer
coil pack - .5hrs
shock/strut - look above
shock/strut - look above
Wheel bearing - depends, front 1.5 per side, rear 1.0 per side
egr - .5hrs
oxygen sensor - .5hrs
thermostat - .5hrs
water pump - see timing belt
add to this list
rotors front - about 30 minutes for each side


Those are all pretty accurate as to what we would charge. Does it actually take that long? Usually not if you know what your doing and have done it before, plus having all the right tools.

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