Question about 2005 Acura TL
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SERVICE DUE SOON LIGHT
Press odometer reset/adjustment shaft in, hold in and turn key to run position. Keep holding in the reset shaft in for about 30 seconds. release shaft. turn key off. restart car. Service Light should go off in about 5 seconds.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
There are two mechanical noises you will hear from an engine, lifter noise, wrist pin slap, and rod bearing noise. The only one that will go away, if at all, with engine warm-up, is lifter noise. All assuming of course, the noise is coming from the engine, and not any of the externally mounted accessories.
Have the oil changed, and continue to change every 2000-3000 miles with a good quality oil, maybe the lifter will clear itself. If it does, maintain the oil changes for the next few changes to assure it is cleaning out.
You might also try adding 1-2 pints Berrymen's Chemtool to the oil 200-300 miles before you plan to change the oil.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
Testimonial: "THE ACURA TL 2007 USE HIDRAULIC LIFTERS? WHERE?"
an a service is your basic oil change, lub door locks,check air pressure in tires the 1 means a tire rotation and the 3 means that you are due for a transmission fluid change
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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