Yes ...I agree. Mostly likely a bad main relay: its Acura part #39400-SH3-003. Honda used the same part (Mitsuba RZ-0063 or 64) in most of its vehicles of this vintage. The dealer will want about $65 ...plus about the same amount to install it. You can install it yourself, but its a bit of tough job due to its very awkward location. It's WAY up under the dash. Google "Mitsuba RZ-0063" and you'll see what it looks like. You could likely pick up a used relay at a wreckers' ...just to see if that's really the problem, but I'd recommend putting in a new one.
If a repair shop quoted you $800 to repair a couple of oil leaks ....RUN very fast in the opposite direction! They'll rip you off on that job, and any future work you give them. Simple fixes: tighten the side valve covers (front and back) ..but not too tight, or you'll twist the bolts off. Also, tighten the top covers as well. Wipe the oil off around the covers to see if they continue to leak. If they do, you'll likely have to replace the gaskets (not very expensive). ALSO: tighten the oil pan bolts. You'll likely find most of them will take at least a full turn, or even two. These are the most common areas for oil leaks.
1990 Cobalt Blue Pearl Sedan LS
w/JSP-92104 spoiler, Bose Stereo w/single cd player, plus FM Honda 6-disc changer in glove box. Automatic, 268,000 kms, original drivetrain, stock size tires. 1989 Ebony Black Metallic Sedan L
Auto. Integra AM-FM cassette head unit, and Honda 6-disc changer in glove box. Stock size tires. Original engine threw a connecting rod mid-Feb, 2007 at 380,000 kms. JDM swap-out July 1, 2008. Car still off the road pending serious body work on rear quarter panels.