Browse factory OEM used Acura RSX replacement parts list online. View our used Acura RSX vehicles catalog for wholesale car parts. Car photos are of actual stock, not diagrams!
This 2006 Acura RSX TYPE-S is Stock #22-003-3 and has 25 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 2 Door Hatchback and has a 2.0L engine. The model package is TYPE-S and the transmission is MT. The vehicle's outside color is Red (Milano Red - R81).
This 2003 Acura RSX TYPE-S is Stock #23-032-3 and has 84 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Sedan and has a 2.0L engine. The model package is TYPE-S and the transmission is MT. The vehicle's outside color is Silver (Silver).
Here's a sample of some Acura RSX parts we currently stock:
|Part Price||Part Year||Part Description||Part Image||Date Published|
|$400||2003||Deck Trunk Lid LIFT GATE / TAIL GATE - SILVER
has minor scuff/scratches on interior trim panel and around strut mounting locations, Has hole on lower left side.
|$99||2003||STARTER MOTOR -||02/14/2023|
|$100||2003||Passenger QUARTER WINDOW GLASS||02/14/2023|
|$150||2003||Front driver STRUT + SPRING||02/14/2023|
|$200||2003||CARGO COVER FLOOR MAT - BLACK||02/14/2023|
|$75||2003||M/T BRAKE PEDAL ASSY||02/14/2023|
|$100||2003||POWER STEERING PUMP ASSY||02/14/2023|
|$50||2006||MIDDLE OXYGEN SENSOR||01/06/2022|
|$10||2006||RADIATOR OVER FLOW BOTTLE||04/06/2015|
|$20||2006||Passenger PARKING BRAKE WIRE||08/21/2013|
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The Acura RSX (also known as the Integra DC5) is the final generation of the Integra compact sports coupe sold from 2002-2006. There is the standard RSX and the more popular RSX Type-S. Type-S is the only available trim level besides the base.
The RSX used a 160HP 2.0L l4 engine while the Type-S used a 200HP K20A2 or 210HP K20Z1 l4 engine. Available transmissions were either a 5-speed manual or 5-speed automatic for the standard RSX. The automatic transmission was not offered on the Type-S. The body style stayed the same 2-door coupe throughout its run.
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts are made by the same manufacturer that made the parts for your car when it was originally built. They are designed to fit and function exactly as the original part did, which can help ensure a high level of quality and performance.
Using OEM parts for repairs and maintenance can help preserve the resale value of your vehicle. When you use OEM parts, you can demonstrate that you have taken good care of your vehicle and have used high-quality, manufacturer-approved parts for any repairs or replacements.