Frequent Car Breakdowns Acura

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Frequent Car Breakdowns – Acura :
– P16BB ACURA Alternator ‘B’ Terminal Circuit Low Voltage
– P16BB Alternator ‘B’ Terminal Circuit Low Voltage
– P15BA ACURA Check Valve Intake Manifold Stuck Closed
– P15BA Electric A/C Compressor Control Module Ignition On/Start Switch Circuit High Voltage
– P1751 ACURA Mechanical Problem In Hydraulic Control System Of Shift Solenoid Valve ‘B’
– P1751 Mechanical Problem In Hydraulic Control System Of Shift Solenoid Valve ‘B’
– P16BF ACURA Starter Cut Relay STRLY Circuit Malfunction
– P16BF Starter Cut Relay STRLY Circuit Malfunction
– P16E3 ACURA Battery Sensor LIN Communication Error
– P16E3 Battery Sensor LIN Communication Error

The Most Frequent Problems – Acura :
– Faulty Alternator
– Alternator harness is open or shorted
– Alternator circuit poor electrical connection
– Broken Brake Booster Pressure Vaccum Hose
– Faulty Brake Booster Pressure Sensor
– Brake Booster Pressure Sensor harness is open or shorted
– Brake Booster Pressure Sensor circuit poor electrical connection
– Faulty Hybrid Powertrain Control Module 2
– Hybrid Powertrain Control Module 2 harness is open or shorted
– Hybrid Powertrain Control Module 2 circuit poor electrical connection
– Low Automatic Transmission Fluid Level
– Faulty Shift Solenoid Valve ‘B’
– Shift Solenoid Valve ‘B’ harness is open or shorted
– Shift Solenoid Valve ‘B’ circuit poor electrical connection
– Faulty Starter Cut Relay
– Starter Cut Relay harness is open or shorted
– Starter Cut Relay circuit poor electrical connection
– Faulty Battery Sensor
– Battery Sensor harness is open or shorted
– Battery Sensor circuit poor electrical connection

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