Acura Integra (2001 year). Instruction — page 6

Seat Adjustments

Front Seat Adjustments

See pages

13

14

for important safety

information and warnings about how to

properly position seats and seat-backs.

Make all seat adjustments before

you start driving.

To adjust the seat forward and

backward, pull up on the lever under
the seat cushion’s front edge. Move
the seat to the desired position and
release the lever. Try to move the

seat to make sure it is locked in
position.

To change the angle of the seat-back,
pull up on the lever on the outside of
the seat bottom. Move the seat-back
to the desired position and release
the lever. Let the seat-back latch in
the new position.

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Seat Adjustments

Driver’s Seat Height Adjustment

Except SE and Type-R models
See pages

13

14

for important safety

information and warnings about how to

properly position seats and seat-backs.

Make all adjustments before you
start driving.

The height of your driver’s seat is

adjustable. Turn the front dial on the
outside of the seat cushion to raise
the front of the seat bottom and turn
the rear dial to raise the rear.

Driver’s Lumbar Support

Vary the lumbar support by moving

the lever on the right side of the
seat-back.

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Seat Adjustments

Rear Seat Access

To get into the back seat on the

driver’s side, pull up on the seat-back
adjustment lever.

To get into the back seat on the

passenger’s side, push forward on
the release lever at the base of the
seat-back. The entire seat will slide
forward at the same time to allow
easier entry to the back seat. After

you return the seat-back to the

upright position, push the whole seat
backwards until it latches. Make
sure the seat is fully latched before
sitting in it.

Instruments and Controls

RELEASE LEVER

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Seat Adjustments

Head Restraints

See page

15

for important safety

information and a warning about how to

properly position the head restraints.

The front head restraints help

protect you and your passenger from
whiplash and other injuries. They are
most effective when you adjust them
so the back of the occupant’s head
rests against the center of the
restraint. A taller person should
adjust the restraint as high as
possible.

The front head restraints adjust for

height. You need both hands to
adjust the restraint. Do not attempt
to adjust it while driving. To raise it,
pull upward. To lower the restraint,
push the release button sideways
and push the restraint down.

To remove a head restraint for

cleaning or repair, pull it up as far as
it will go. Push the release button
and pull the restraint out of the seat-

back.

Instruments and Controls

RELEASE

BUTTON

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Folding Rear Seat, Cargo Area Cover

Folding Rear Seat

The back of the rear seat folds down

to give you more cargo space. Each

side folds down separately. With only

half the seat folded, you can still
carry a passenger in the back seat.

To unlatch either side of the seat-

back, pull up on the release tab.
Move the seat belt out of the way
and fold the seat-back down.

To lock the seat-back upright, push

the seat-back firmly against its latch.
Tug on the seat-back to make sure it
is latched.

Do not put any heavy items on the
seat-back when it is folded.

Make sure all items in the cargo area
are secured. Loose items can fly
forward and cause injury if you have
to brake hard. See

Carrying Cargo

on page

132

.

Cargo Area Cover

The cargo area cover may be

removed to give you more cargo
height. Place your hands, palms up,
under the cover near the outside
edges. Lift it straight up.

To install the cover, line up the

mounting rods with the slots, then
push down on the cover until it clips
into place. Make sure it is securely
latched so it will not come loose

while you are driving.

Instruments and Controls

RELEASE

TAB

MOUNTING ROD

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Power Windows

Your car’s windows are electrically-

powered. Turn the ignition switch to
ON (II) to raise or lower any window.

Each door has a switch that controls
its window. To open the window,
push the switch down and hold it.
Release the switch when you want
the window to stop. Close the
window by pushing the switch up
and holding it.

The driver’s armrest has a master

power window control panel. To

open the passenger’s window, push
down on the switch and hold it down
until the window reaches the desired
position. To close the window, push
up on the window switch. Release
the switch when the window gets to
the position you want.

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MAIN SWITCH

DRIVER’S WINDOW SWITCH

Closing a power window on
someone’s hands or fingers can
cause serious injury.

Make sure your passengers are

away from the windows before
closing them.

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Power Windows, Moonroof

The master control panel also con-

tains these extra features:

AUTO — To open the driver’s

window fully, push the window

switch firmly down and release it.

The window automatically goes all

the way down. To stop the window
from going all the way down, push
the window switch up briefly.

To open the driver’s window only

partially, push the window switch

down lightly and hold it. The window

will stop as soon as you release the

switch.

The AUTO function only works to
lower the driver’s window. To raise

the window, you must push the
window switch up and hold it until
the window reaches the desired
position.

The MAIN switch controls power to

the passenger’s window. With this

switch off, the passenger’s window
cannot be raised or lowered. The
MAIN switch does not affect the
driver’s window. Keep the MAIN
switch off when you have children in
the car so they do not injure them-
selves by operating the window
unintentionally.

Moonroof

On some models

Use the switch on the dashboard to
open and close the moonroof. The
ignition switch must be ON (II).
Push and hold the switch to
open the moonroof. Release the
switch when the moonroof reaches
the desired position. To close the
moonroof, press and hold the

switch.

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Moonroof, Mirrors

If you try to open the moonroof in

below-freezing temperatures, or when

it is covered with snow or ice, you can

damage the moonroof panel or motor.

Mirrors

Keep the inside and outside mirrors
clean and adjusted for best visibility.
Be sure to adjust the mirrors before
you start driving.

The inside mirror has day and night

positions. The night position reduces
glare from headlights behind you.
Flip the tab on the bottom edge of
the mirror to select the day or night
position.

Adjusting the Power Mirrors

Adjust the outside mirrors with the

adjustment switch on the driver’s
door:

1. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

2. Move the selector switch to L

(driver’s side) or R (passenger’s

side).

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NOTICE

TAB

SELECTOR SWITCH

Closing the moonroof on
someone’s hands or fingers can
cause serious injury.

Make sure passengers are

clear of the moonroof before
closing it.

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Mirrors, Parking Brake

3. Push the appropriate edge of the

adjustment switch to move the
mirror right, left, up or down.

4. When you finish, move the

selector switch to the center (off)
position. This turns off the
adjustment switch so you can’t
move a mirror out of position by
accidentally bumping the switch.

Parking Brake

To apply the parking brake, pull the

lever up fully. To release it, pull up

slightly, push the button, and lower

the lever. The parking brake light on
the instrument panel should go out
when the parking brake is fully
released (see page

54

).

Driving the car with the parking brake

applied can damage the rear brakes
and axles.

Instruments and Controls

PARKING BRAKE LEVER

ADJUSTMENT

SWITCH

NOTICE

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Digital Clock

The digital clock displays the time
with the ignition switch ON (II). To

see the time with the ignition off,
press and hold the wide button next
to the clock.

To set the clock:

1. Turn the ignition switch ON (II) to

display the time.

2. Swing down the front cover of the

wide button next to the clock

display. You will see H, M, and
RESET buttons.

3. Press and hold the H button until

the hour advances to the desired
time.

4. Press and hold the M button until

the numbers advance to the
desired time.

You can use the RESET button to

quickly set the time to the nearest

hour. If the displayed time is before
the half hour, pressing the RESET
button sets the clock back to the
previous hour. If the displayed time
is after the half hour, pressing the
RESET button sets the clock for-
ward to the beginning of the next
hour.

For example:

1:06 would RESET to 1:00.
1:52 would RESET to 2:00.

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M

H

RESET

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Beverage Holder

To open the beverage holder, push

on the front to get it to pop out
slightly. Then pull it out the rest of
the way. To close it, push it until it
latches.

Be careful when you are using the
beverage holder. A spilled liquid that
is very hot can scald you or your
passengers. Spilled liquids can also
damage the upholstery, carpeting,
and electrical components in the
interior.

Instruments and Controls

Push

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Console Compartment, Cigarette Lighter

Console Compartment

To open the console compartment,

pull up the front edge of the lid.

To close, lower the lid and push it

down until it latches.

The pocket on the underside of the

console compartment lid can be used
to hold cards.

Cigarette Lighter

The ignition switch must be in
ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) for the

cigarette lighter to work. To heat up

the lighter, push it in. It will pop out
when it is ready for use. Do not hold
the lighter in while it is heating up,
you could cause it to overheat.

Instruments and Controls

CIGARETTE LIGHTER

CARD HOLDER

CONSOLE COMPARTMENT

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Ashtrays

Open the front ashtray by pulling on
the front. Push it in to close it.

To remove the ashtray for emptying,

push down on the metal plate inside,
then pull the ashtray out completely.

The rear ashtray is at the rear end of

the center console. Open the ashtray
by swinging the upper edge of the lid
down. To remove the ashtray for
emptying, open it, then lift up and
out.

Use the ashtray only for cigarettes,

cigars, and other smoking materials.
To prevent a possible fire and damage
to your car, don’t put paper or other
things that can burn in the ashtray.

Instruments and Controls

ASHTRAY

ASHTRAY

NOTICE

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Interior Lights

Ceiling Light

The ceiling light has a three-position

switch. In the OFF position, the light
does not come on. In the center

position, the ceiling light conies on
when you open either door. In the

ON position, the ceiling light stays
on continuously.

Spotlights

LS, GS and GS-R models

Turn on the spotlight by pushing the

button next to each light. Push the
button again to turn it off. You can
use the spotlights at all times.

Cargo Area Light

The cargo area light has a two-
position switch. In the OFF (down)
position, the light does not come on.

In the ON (up) position, the light
comes on when you open the hatch.

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DOOR ACTIVATED

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Comfort and Convenience Features

The heating and air conditioning*

systems in your Acura provide a com-

fortable driving environment in all
weather conditions.

The standard audio system has

many features. This section de-
scribes those features and how to
use them. (If you selected an
optional audio system, refer to the
operating instructions that came
with it.)

Your Acura has an anti-theft audio

system that requires a code number
to enable it.

* Air conditioning is optional on the

Type-R model in Canada.

Heating and Cooling……………………

94

What Each Control Does…………

94

How to Use the System……………

96

To Turn Everything Off………..

101

Audio System……………………………

102

Operating the Radio………………

103

Adjusting the Sound………………

106

Radio Frequencies…………………

107

Radio Reception…………………….

107

Operating the CD Player……….

109

Operating the CD Changer……

111

Protecting Compact Discs……..

112

CD Player Error Indications…..

113

CD Changer Error

Indications…………………………

114

Operating the Cassette

Player………………………………..

115

Tape Search Functions………….

116

Caring for the Cassette

Player………………………………..

118

Theft Protection……………………

119

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Heating and Cooling

Proper use of the Heating and
Cooling system can make the
interior dry and comfortable, and
keep the windows clear for best
visibility.

(Canadian Type-R model only)

If your car does not have air
conditioning, it can be installed at
any time. Your dealer will install a
Genuine Acura air conditioning
system that meets Acura’s high
quality standards and is designed to
exactly fit your car. Please contact

your dealer for more information.

What Each Control Does

Fan Control Lever

Sliding this lever to the right
increases the fan’s speed, which
increases air flow.

Temperature Control Lever

Sliding this lever to the right
increases the temperature of the air

flow.

Air Conditioning (A/C) Button

This button turns the air condi-

tioning ON and OFF. The indicator
in the button lights when the A / C is

on.

Recirculation Button

This button controls the source of

the air going into the system. When
the indicator in this button is lit, air
from the car’s interior is sent
through the system again (Recircula-
tion mode). When the indicator is off,
air is brought in from outside the car

(Fresh Air mode).

Comfort and Convenience Features

MODE BUTTONS

RECIRCULATION

BUTTON

AIR CONDITIONING

BUTTON

TEMPERATURE

CONTROL LEVER

FAN CONTROL

LEVER

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