Acura Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
My name is ***** ***** I would be happy to help. To go any further I would need the codes associated with the check engine light. You can go by somewhere like Advance Auto or Auto Zone and they will scan the computer for free. You can then relay the code(s) to me and we can continue. DO NOT let them sell you anything because they more than likely will. Thanks.
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Thanks for that information. Honda does NOT recommend "flushing" their automatic transmissions. Maybe they are just wanting to drain and refill. In any case, if there is aftermarket fluid in it then I would definitely consider having the fluid "replaced" with factory fluid. Maybe drain and refill then drive the vehicle for 100 miles or so, and then drain and refill it again. Aftermarket fluid can cause performance issues so this would be something I would want to rule out first before calling the transmission faulty.
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I wouldn't say they suck, but some have had more trouble than others. Like I said, I would try changing the fluid a few times first before I got carried away with anything else.