Question about 2004 Acura TL
The flickering goes from bright to blank and also dims to half the brightness. Some times when I hit a bump it dims, brightens, and/or the screen blanks out. Tapping the dash board changes it temporally some times only seconds.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a 2000 Acura TL and my AC/heat blower went out also. All my mechanic replaced was the actual blower (that spins) located on passenger side underneath dash and glove box, it cost about $115 total for parts and labor (make sure they don't stick you with labor, it literally takes 10 mins to switch out)...hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: 2004 Acura TL front end problem
You may not need the entire strut, just the part that serves as a shock absorber. The term strut refers to a complete assemby with coil spring and a central shock absorber.
When their seals fail completely, whether gas or fluid filled,they are just a piston in a cylinder with nothing to damp their travel so they can slam at both ends.
American made 'shocks' were once only really effective for ~20k miles but both foreign and domestic have improved a great deal but one of yours may have left the factory less than perfect.
Shop the parts before you let the car go to anyone to see if they are scalping you or only marking their cost up a little.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
you need a 6 inch extension, short 3/8 ratchet, 5/8 plug socket, 3/8 swivel "u" joint, (sold at sears) 8mm 1/4 drive socket deep well and 1/4 inch ratchet.
find the coil packs (6 total, three in each head.)
remove the two retaining nuts holding each coil pack using 1/4 8mm socket and ratchet.
twist the pack to break the sticking boot below.
pull up (be careful to not rip the boots however it may still happen but rare.)
remove coil packs, the rear is a little more difficult with the intake.
use 6" extension and u joint and ratchet to remove plugs and replace.
reverse order to assemble. Good luck, and hoped this helped.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
This is a problem you will to take to a shop, If you are mechanically inclined I can help you, but if not I would not mess with it, it could be the button or it could be the controller and could even just be a fuse, check the fuse and if you don't find the fuse blown then let me know if you have a volt meter and what to test this yourself. You are going to be working around the air bag too and if you probe the wrong wire while testing you could break your arm or leg by deploying the air bag by accident. Or your neck.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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Posted on Mar 17, 2010
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