2012 Acura MDX Questions
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Parts from Acura cost around $91 but dealer wanted around $1800 for repair cost. They will change rear mail seal, axle seals, torque converter seals & shift shaft seals - Thank you.
It pops up and then goes away.
My vehicle is 2012 Acura MDX and I have about 43,500 miles on it.
Also, I noticed this has happened a couple of times it hesitates going into reverse.
1) Steering noise at very low speeds, like when you take off from a stop sign and turn either right or left. There is a bit of a "whine" or "straining" noise. The Acura dealer I purchased this from basically told me I had to learn to live with it because there is no fix, which I don't believe. At the time of purchase, I negotiated that this would be fixed and the dealer agreed in a standard "Due Bill".
2) The car pulls to the right, which is especially noticeable at freeway speeds. The dealer records show that they put on 1 new tire before putting it up for sale, which I believe is the problem. The car was aligned the other day, which helped, but the problem hasn't been corrected. Again, at the time of purchase, I negotiated that this would be fixed and the dealer agreed in a standard "Due Bill". The service writer told me that Acura's are designed to go to the right as a safety feature incase the driver falls asleep they won't head into oncoming traffic???? Then he said that all Honda products have been designed this way for years, which is funny because I traded in a 2006 Honda Pilot when I purchased this car, and it didn't pull to the right. Am I being fed a line by the service guy so that they don't have to put on an additional new tire, or ????