If your fluid is burnt, smells burnt, looks black and there are a lot of chunks of debris in it. The drive gear on the warning panel flashed before the transmission locked and the engine stalled. Transmission issues can manifest themselves in the form of many different symptoms. When the switches go bad, you may experience surging or really rough up or downshifts. The manufacturer was contacted to seek reimbursement, however they stated that they were not liable for the failure or repairs made at the owner's expense because the previous owner already had recall repairs performed on the vehicle. In many situations the repair bills could be hundreds of dollars just to diagnose the issue, let alone, fix it.
He stated all 04 and 05 models have the problem! I got his name and hung up. More often than not, this is going to be the issue. The pressure sensors will last 50-75,000 miles, so if you are pushing these numbers, you should replace them as well as perform the 3X flush and make the switch. On 11 March 2011, I had the transmission fluid flush service performed. Step 5 — Consider replacing the torque converter If your sensors were not replaced in time, this could have caused your torque converter to overheat and become damaged. With this knowledge, there can only be so many things that are causing the P0741.
All the work was done under warranty which is four years or 50,000 miles. Install new transmission fluid to factory specification. Leasing this vehicle requires prayers that no one gets killed. Once they updated the computer it still did not fix the problem. I currently have approximately 47,xxx miles on my vehicle which I had purchased brand new.
If you have flushed and changed the fluids, switches and even changed out the torque converter, and soon thereafter still had transmissions issues, it's time to consider your options. The first time, the transmission was replaced by the dealer due to a recall, after the transmission seized. Does this include their faulty transmissions? It has approximately 132,800 miles on it as of 30 November 2013 car is in shop, so I can't verify exact mileage. I purchased this vehicle new and I know how it drove from day one, now it does not drive the way it did. After a 3X flush, many owners have replaced the current fluid with Redline.
The vehicle was not repaired. I can recall about 6 months ago I took it into the dealership to have them check out the car because of the drive five light, the hard jerk from park to reverse and the thump from reverse to drive, the engine light was also on. I am the second owner of the car, which I purchased at 25,000 miles, and when this problem occurred, it happened at 75,000, where I was driving for approximately for about one hour on the highway. You might even be able to take care of some of these on your own with just a little bit of time and some basic tools. But considering the manufacturer, cost, and continued proper maintenance which has only been performed at Acura of oxmoor , I would expect my car to last at least 10 years without major transmission or engine problems. If the torque converter fails, your transmission will either stop working entirely, or work albeit poorly, very briefly and roughly until it fails.
The problem still exist, vehicle hesitates and clunking noise and vibration comes from the engine are when driving approximately between 20-45 mph. We still experience the vibration frequently. I just assumed that it was in relation to the cold weather. Pull off the electrical connector and put a socket on this one and you are done. I bought this car new in 2003. I asked about inherent vibration impact on the life expectancy to the driver train seals and bearings. I think there is a cover up to these bad transmissions.
. My son was driving, called me on his cell phone as to his experience, finally made it to the service dept. The dealer also replaced the torque converter, control module tcm, and fuel pressure regulator. It is also evident at 75-80. He also stated that intermittently, while placing the vehicle in drive, any low gear or the park position, the gears would flash across the instrument console. I can be pulling out from a traffic light, pulling off after pausing at a stop sign, changing gears from drive to reverse, or just simply driving on the highway or a city street. You may have to resort to replacing your transmission if all else fails.
The vehicle was currently at the dealer for a third time for the same problem. The torque converter isn't the cheapest part to replace, but it is much cheaper than a new tranny. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that the torque converter clutch circuit had failed and needed to be replaced. I was floored they knew it and were still pushing cars out the door and the dealership was blaming the problem on tires. As a result of the history of problems with this transmission, and the recall, I'm requesting assistance in having this transmission replaced by Acura at no cost to me.
Dealer say they aware of the issue but dont have a fix. Therefore, I am respectfully asking your organization to investigate if there are other complaints similar to mine. The failure mileage was approximately 188,656 and the current mileage was 211,000. Really bad in stop and go traffic. This is the 4th time I have had this car to the dealer for the same issue since I purchased the vehicle new replaced torque converter twice and updated software twice. The failure mileage was 62,000. Acura capped the transmission warranty even though the replacement fails the same way and the same gear.