20 Most Recent 2008 Acura TL Type S Questions & Answers

I have a 2007 Acura TL. The navigation system worked well, until 2017, when I decided not to renew it. Everything started to go wrong. It worked intermittently. Cost me job interviews, getting lost and being late. Did you receive a message, "See your dealership"? Well, the dealership was charging the same as the renewal price. A coincidence or an attempt to force the renewal? Well, I gave in. I just received the new navigation system (disc). It hasn't been installed as yet. Try reprogramming and find out how old the system is. A great car. The turning radius and the navigation system are my problems. Good luck.

2008 Acura TL... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

have the OBD codes read as this will pinpoint the faulty sensor/switch saving you time and money searching blind, as there are a few faults that it could be

2008 Acura TL... | Answered on May 20, 2014

run fault codes and look for accelerator position sensor fault.

2008 Acura TL... | Answered on May 19, 2014

I am unfamiliar with the model but I expect it will be similar to many cars with electrical connection for the fuel gauge sensor and the fuel pump and flow and return fuel lines.

By 1996 fuel line connections made with short lengths of fuel hose secured with hose clips were being replaced by push on/quick release connectors sealing with an internal O ring. If the fuel lines are steel there will still be short lengths of hose used but if the fuel lines are nylon the quick release unions are fitted directly into them.

Some quick release connectors are difficult to disconnect without either the special pliers or more hands than there is access for.
Cleanliness is important before disconnecting and absolute cleanliness before reconnecting is essential with a spray of silicone or similar on the spigot before pushing the connector fully home until it clicks into place.

Acura Cars &... | Answered on Aug 03, 2020

You have a problem with the vehicle stability control system. Have the trouble codes read and post the codes here and we can tell you what to do next.

Acura Cars &... | Answered on Jul 17, 2020

I can answer generally for all luxury cars that have gotten old, whether they be Mercedes Benz, BMW, Cadillac, Lincoln, Acura, Infiniti, etc.
They all reach a point that they become too expensive to repair. Repairing an old luxury car is as expensive as repairing a new luxury car. As a basic example, many years ago my parents owned a Cadillac Cimarron, the cheapest Cadillac made at that time. One day, the alternator went out on it. A typical rebuilt alternator at that time cost around $65, but for that car the rebuilt alternator cost $400. The manufacturers (both cars and parts) figure that if you can afford to purchase the car, you can afford the premium repair bills. The size of the repair bills doesn't go down as the car gets older.
An owner who is trying to unload an old luxury car at a rock bottom price is looking for a sucker who doesn't realize this yet to take the money pit off his hands at a price that is higher than an automotive salvage yard will pay for it.

Acura Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020

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need a meter to check the circuit rear monitors use reverse switch or light circuit to activate camera --possible short or a back feed from harness

Acura Cars &... | Answered on Apr 01, 2020

By 2005 nearly all cars were fully computerised and switching duties carried out by computer commands and black boxes - it doesn't need much to interfere with or upset with the correct operation of the computerised system.

You failed to mention how or to what you are connecting the rear dvd monitor but obviously it is interfering with the car's computer system.

Acura Cars &... | Answered on Mar 29, 2020

Honda/Acura Navigation Reset
  1. Hold down the Menu+Map/Guide+Cancel buttons for about 5 seconds (the "Select Diagnosis Items" screen will appear).
  2. Hold down the Map/Guide button for 5-10 seconds (A screen with a "Complete" button, will appear).
  3. Touch "Complete," and then the "Return" button (the system may re-boot).
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I would check for worn motor mounts and CV joints on the front axles. These would be the most likely culprits.

Acura Cars &... | Answered on Jan 15, 2020

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