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Old 03 Aug 2004, 03:39 pm
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Default Integra G2 Longevity?

For reasons unimportant here, I will be selling my cherished '92
Integra 3dr 5spd soon. It has only just turned 100k miles and, while
nothing is obviously "going", I was wondering if there are any known
long term maintenance issues I may wish to address, or at least advise
the next owner (more than likely friend or family) of?

I did the belt (water pump, distributor head, plugs, wires, etc.) on
time, clutch at ~65-70k, master cylinder and distributor bearing
issues were addressed along the way, new (Pirelli) tires at ~60,000,
it still has the original shocks & the control module was replaced at
~95k.

Thanks,
Mark

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Old 03 Aug 2004, 06:03 pm
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Sounds like you have it covered....with what you have listed. I
purchased my 91 Integra with 99K miles. It has 223K miles now.....I have
changed timing belt, water pump, tires, plugs, wires,oil, master
cylinder over the years. Original shocks, control module, distributor,
clutch.


Who ever gets yours will have many, many more miles to go.......if the
car is taken care of as you have in the past.

F2004: 11 of 12* wrote:

>For reasons unimportant here, I will be selling my cherished '92
>Integra 3dr 5spd soon. It has only just turned 100k miles and, while
>nothing is obviously "going", I was wondering if there are any known
>long term maintenance issues I may wish to address, or at least advise
>the next owner (more than likely friend or family) of?
>
>I did the belt (water pump, distributor head, plugs, wires, etc.) on
>time, clutch at ~65-70k, master cylinder and distributor bearing
>issues were addressed along the way, new (Pirelli) tires at ~60,000,
>it still has the original shocks & the control module was replaced at
>~95k.
>
>Thanks,
>Mark
>
>
>

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Old 04 Aug 2004, 10:49 am
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On Tue, 03 Aug 2004 23:03:03 GMT, "B.Creech" <bcreech61@nc.rr.com>
wrote:
>F2004: 11 of 12* wrote:
>>For reasons unimportant here, I will be selling my cherished '92
>>Integra 3dr 5spd soon. It has only just turned 100k miles and, while
>>nothing is obviously "going", I was wondering if there are any known
>>long term maintenance issues I may wish to address, or at least advise
>>the next owner (more than likely friend or family) of?
>>
>>I did the belt (water pump, distributor head, plugs, wires, etc.) on
>>time, clutch at ~65-70k, master cylinder and distributor bearing
>>issues were addressed along the way, new (Pirelli) tires at ~60,000,
>>it still has the original shocks & the control module


"Main Relay"...

>>was replaced at `95k.
>>

>Sounds like you have it covered....with what you have listed. I
>purchased my 91 Integra with 99K miles. It has 223K miles now.....I have
>changed timing belt, water pump, tires, plugs, wires,oil, master
>cylinder over the years. Original shocks, control module, distributor,
>clutch.
>
>Who ever gets yours will have many, many more miles to go.......if the
>car is taken care of as you have in the past.


Thanks! ...Puts me at ease.

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Old 10 Aug 2004, 08:48 am
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On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 15:49:06 GMT, "F2004: 11 of 12*"
<tifosoREM@OVEmindspring.com> wrote:

>On Tue, 03 Aug 2004 23:03:03 GMT, "B.Creech" <bcreech61@nc.rr.com>
>wrote:
>>F2004: 11 of 12* wrote:
>>>For reasons unimportant here, I will be selling my cherished '92
>>>Integra 3dr 5spd soon. It has only just turned 100k miles and, while
>>>nothing is obviously "going", I was wondering if there are any known
>>>long term maintenance issues I may wish to address, or at least advise
>>>the next owner (more than likely friend or family) of?
>>>
>>>I did the belt (water pump, distributor head, plugs, wires, etc.) on
>>>time, clutch at ~65-70k, master cylinder and distributor bearing
>>>issues were addressed along the way, new (Pirelli) tires at ~60,000,
>>>it still has the original shocks & the control module

>
>"Main Relay"...
>
>>>was replaced at `95k.
>>>

>>Sounds like you have it covered....with what you have listed. I
>>purchased my 91 Integra with 99K miles. It has 223K miles now.....I have
>>changed timing belt, water pump, tires, plugs, wires,oil, master
>>cylinder over the years. Original shocks, control module, distributor,
>>clutch.
>>
>>Who ever gets yours will have many, many more miles to go.......if the
>>car is taken care of as you have in the past.

>
>Thanks! ...Puts me at ease.


Agreed. I had an 89 Integra that I had the 90k maintenance done
(fairly costly, but well worth it) and it went to 170k with no more
major maintenance (oil change regularly and some tires). You should
have a clear conscience when selling this car.
Posted by the Rubber Dino.
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Old 15 Aug 2004, 08:35 am
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Don't sell it!
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Old 15 Aug 2004, 10:08 am
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On 15 Aug 2004 13:35:42 GMT, bcledfoot@aol.com (BCLedfoot) wrote:
>Don't sell it!


I can't keep two cars right now, wouldn't keep two Hondas (the Accord
and an Alfa Spider would be great). Gotta go with the newer car, if
_very_ reluctantly.

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Old 15 Aug 2004, 11:11 am
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yeah i hear you. The next owner shouldn't have any worries outside the usual
wear items (pads, etc). My 95 GSR has 167,000 on it now. Have had it almost 4
years since 56k and only had to do pads, rotors, master cylinder (last year)
and an exhaust pipe. You can't beat Honda manufacturing! I have friends with
Ford Focus` and they are already making repairs at 20k!

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Old 15 Aug 2004, 12:55 pm
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On 15 Aug 2004 16:11:26 GMT, bcledfoot@aol.com (BCLedfoot) wrote:
>yeah i hear you. The next owner shouldn't have any worries outside the usual
>wear items (pads, etc). My 95 GSR has 167,000 on it now. Have had it almost 4
>years since 56k and only had to do pads, rotors, master cylinder (last year)
>and an exhaust pipe. You can't beat Honda manufacturing! I have friends with
>Ford Focus` and they are already making repairs at 20k!


If my newer car was anything other than a Honda (in its category), I'd
keep the 12-yr old Integra, trust me.

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