Acura B1 Service 2008 Tl

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B1 service: Replace engine oil and filter Service front and rear brakes Inspect parking brake adjustments Inspect tie rod ends, steering gear box and boots Inspect suspension components Inspect driveshaft boots Inspect brake hoses and lines (including ABS) Rotate tires, inspect for wear and adjust pressure Check all fluid levels, condition of fluids and check for leaks Inspect exhaust system Inspect fuel lines and connections The 1 code is for tire rotation which you can save $25 by doing it yourself. Normal B1 service should only cost around $200, my dealer charges $80 for A1 service.Read more...
Ha, that's cheap for a B1. Some places run well over $100. If you check out the owners manual, this is what it says for a B1 service(these for for a "B" service, the 1 means rotate the tires) Replace engine oil and oil filter Inspect front and rear brakes Check parking brake adjustment Inspect these items: Tie rod ends, steering gearbox, and boots Suspension components Driveshaft boots Brake hoses and line (including ABS) All fluid levels and condition of fluids Exhaust system Fuel lines and connections Basically its an oil change and an hours worth of labor looking over things to make sure that they all look OK. Being as most dealers will look over all the things on your car anyway when you get an oil change, personally I don't think it's too big a deal to just make sure they do a multipoint inspection when you take it in for an oil change. I took my TSX in for it's first service at the dealer I bought from, which was free anyway, and they rotated the tires and gave me new inspection stickers(that expire 15 months out) all for free, since i bought it from them.Read more...
  1. Turn the ignition switch to ON 2. Select Trip A or Trip B (You can use either one, so if you are using one to record data for something, use the other one to reset … the Oil Life Indicator). 3. Press the button repeatedly until the oil life is displayed. 4. Press and hold the Select/Reset button for 10 seconds. The Multi-Information Display will ask for a confirmation.   * a. If you are sure you want to reset the display, press the Select/Reset button for 10 seconds again. (This is the part omitted from the manual.)   * b. If you do not want to reset the display, press the button to select "Cancel"Read more...
Hi everyone. At 11,5XX miles, my car is due for a B1 service, according to the dashboard. Dealership said it would run me around $150. Has that been the case for you guys as well? I'm a little disappointed because, while the B1 service includes inspections to parts such as tie rods, topping off fluids, even the exhaust, etc etc, was some of this necessary for a car this new?? I can see that doing a major check up is good at any mileage, but if it's gonna run the consumer $150 every other service interval, then this kind of defeats why I wanted a Civic in the first place, which was ease of maintenance and ownership. How's it been for you guys? I'm over here scratching my head at the thoght of paying $150 or more (if more numbers are present on the maintenance minder) every 10k miles. ps. 1 is for rotate tires btw. Not a big fan of that every 5k miles either. But i guess it wouldn't hurt, they'll just end up charging me more for something I can do at home basically.Read more...
Not trying to advertise for this dealership, but that is where we will buy our warranty from if we do end up buying one. They quoted $900 for the Civic for 5 years, 84k additional miles from the point you buy it (so buy it near the end of the regular warranty). The dealer here quoted us $1600, and I ve seen when researching this that many dealers quote $2500-3000 on the more expensive products (Pilot, for instance).Read more...
* Replace engine oil* and filter. * Rotate tires,** inspect for wear and adjust pressure * Service front and rear brakes. * Inspect parking brake adjustments. * Inspect tie rod ends, steering gear box and boots. * Inspect suspension components. * Inspect driveshaft boots. * Inspect brake hoses and lines (including ABS) * Check all fluid levels, condition of fluids and check for leaks. * Inspect exhaust system. * Inspect fuel lines and connections.Read more...
I purchased a used 2008 Acura RDX on March 23, 2014. It came with 12, 000 mi or 1 yr warranty. On July 2, 2014 the check emissions system light came on (code P0420) they had to replace the 3 way catalyst and the fuel tank unit and the reservoir unit. The light came on again and I took it to another dealer and was told they only replaced the catalyst itself but not the fuel tanks. They replace the fuel tank and a week later the light came back on. Again it went back into the shop they had it for over a week (not clear as to what they did to it) I picked it up have been driving it for almost two...Read more...
HiCustomer welcome to Just Answer. I'm acuramstr. Ok. B1,S1 is the top sensor on the rear cat next to the fire wall. the engine is side ways so its confusing. the front bank is really the rear bank due to the fact that the frirng order is 123 on the rear and 456 on the front next to the radiator. So p0134 is the top sensor on the rear of the engine. P2234 is not a good code for this model so you might want to try a different scan tool or recheck the code. use only factory Acura sensors on this engine the other's wont work. If there is anything else I can help you with let me know.Read more...
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B: Replace Oil/filter Check all fluid levels Inspect/set tire pressures Check all lights Charging system check Reset vehicle maintenance light Inspect front/rear brakes check parking brakes inspect tie rod ends, steering gear box and boots inspect suspension and components inspect driveshaft boots inspect brake hoses and lines inspect cooling system hoses and connections inspect exhaust system inspect fuel lines and connections 1: Rotate Tires 4: Replace Spark plugs inspect valve clearance In Virginia, a B1 service was $176. Plugs are about a $100 and a valve adjustment is about $150.Read more...
Hi, I bought my Acura TL 2006 6MT brand new and I have around 45k miles on it so far. To date I have been going for maintenance services only when a maintenance reminder comes up like A1, B1, and so on. Apart from these codes that come up, do I still need to look into any other regular maintenance services like ones which are done at 15k, 30 K, 45k, 60k and so on? Or are they covered in the maintenance codes that come up ? Anyone has any idea? Please advise. Thanks.Read more...
I think that you got ripped off... A1 cost me $200 (first 10,000, which was 1 year for me). Second B1 at 20,000 cost me $375 (second 20,000, which was year 2 for me). And the third service would be A2 which is the $200 + the transmission fluid flush (shouldn't cost too much, $100 tops) so $300. Total cost for 3 years or 30,000 miles = $200 + $375 + $300 = $875. This is assuming that you will not need any brake pads or tires, if you do, then the numbers will change. However, it is also possible to get the services dones much cheaper, such as indy shops or DIY. I do my own service for my 2011 and I get the stuff for like dirt cheap, same OEM stuff, but I save the $100/hr labor rates, which really adds up. Not to mention there are DIY for pretty much anything you need to know how to do on the forum. OR you an go another route, on my sisters lease for 39 months she added the maintenance plan which covers all her required services. Only added $10 more per month over the life of her lease, so $390 for 39 months, that is a fantastic deal if you ask me.Read more...
The code means that there is a problem with the heater element circuit of the heated oxygen sensor. The control module monitors how long it take the sensor to warm up and start sending an adequate signal. The code is triggered when the sensor is taking too long to warm up. Water getting inside the heated oxygen sensor connector can caused the heated oxygen sensor fuse to blow. Before replacing the sensor, check for the condition of the heated oxygen sensor fuse and connectors. If the sensor and connector are OK, replacing the O2 Sensor 1 usually takes care of the problemRead more...
not really, you should be performing a tire rotation that regularly anyway. in fact, if you read the information pamphlet included with your car for your tires, it'll tell you to rotate at 5k intervals or somewhere near that. it used to be every other oil change (in the 3k days), now, it's every oil change. and since the owner's manual tells you what the codes mean, there's nothing preventing you from doing the maintenance yourself, or taking it to an independent facility.Read more...

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  Acura TL
Year 1996 - 2014
Body Midsize Cars, Sedan
Engine Type V-6, in-line-5
CC 2.5L - 3.7L
Power 178 PS - 310 PS
Power 5600 RPM - 6300 RPM
Torque 254 NM - 370 NM
Torque 4700 RPM - 5000 RPM
Fuel Gasoline, Premium Unleaded (Required)
Drive
  • 4WD
  • AWD
  • All Wheel Drive
  • Front
  • Front Wheel Drive
  • Rear
Transmission type 6-speed automatic, 6-speed manual, 6-speed shiftable automatic, Automatic, Manual
Seats 5
Doors 4
Estimated MPG City 11.8 - 20.0 city
HWY 7.8 - 29.0 hwy
Mixed 7.8 - 23.0 mixed
Trim
  • SH-AWD AT
  • SH-AWD MT
  • 2.5
  • 3.2
  • 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
  • 4dr Sedan w/Advance Package (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
  • 4dr Sedan w/Special Edition (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
  • 4dr Sedan w/Technology Package (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
  • Automatic
  • Automatic SH-AWD
  • Automatic SH-AWD Technology Package
  • Automatic Tech Package
  • Base
  • S
  • S Automatic
  • SH-AWD
  • SH-AWD 4dr Sedan AWD (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
  • SH-AWD 4dr Sedan AWD w/Advance Package (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
  • SH-AWD 4dr Sedan AWD w/Technology Package (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
  • SH-AWD 4dr Sedan AWD w/Technology Package (3.7L 6cyl 6M)
  • SH-AWD Automatic
  • SH-AWD Automatic Tech Package
  • SH-AWD Manual Tech Package
  • Sedan
  • Type S
  • Type S Automatic

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