Question about 1988 Acura Legend
Posted by Anonymous on
According to the owner's manual, it suggests having the tranny checked out. When mine started flashing @ 25,000 miles ago I had my transmission checked out. As my ECU does not show codes any longer, I was told that it was most likely a sensor had gone bad, and unless the car started driving poorly, not to worry about it. Apparently that transmission has 5 sensors on it.Like I said....25,000 miles ago. If your ECU still codes properly, an honest transmission guy should be able to isolate the source.
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