I purchased my "baby" with about 75k miles 4 years ago. I currently have 220k. I regularly service my car and up until 3 years ago, no problems.
It is sad that this beauty has such an issue with the tranny. I paid out of pocket the 1st time, 4k with AAMCO. Acura would only offer a 30 day warranty. (??)
3 yrs & few mos later, it went again. I, well I tried to, have it repaired again. AAMCO had no idea what was wrong nor how to repair it. They had her for almost 6 weeks, with a rental, after I squawked so much.
I finally got her back but she not been the same since.
I am in the market to buy another car, but nothing else seems to meet my fancy.. I am willing to try a TL again.
Sleek interior, navigation, roomy, sporty exterior, handling, well thought out instrument panel, 6 cd changer, bose sound system.
Uhm everything except the transmission issues and that Acura does not stand up to the obvious malfunctions!!
Own up to the goof... you have a phenomenal machine here and consumers that love it.
Customer service and integrity goes a very long way... ask Johnson and Johnson
In order for Acura to fix the issue you need to file a complaint with these 3 organizations.
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