2006 Acura RL Repair and Maintenance
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2006 Acura RL ProblemsSensor Problems May Cause SRS Light To Turn On
The Airbag (SRS) warning light may illuminate due to one or more failed sensors. Our technicians recommend complete diagnoses of any stored fault codes because these sensors can be very expensive to replace.
Acura extended the warranty due to numerous issues with the automatic transmission. Problems with the automatic transmission may make the car undrivable and can result in costly repairs.
2006 Acura RL QuestionsChange the AC compressor because it has no suction I put on a brand new AC compressor (1 answer)
An expansion valve in the dryer filter I broke the lines I blew through the condenser and evaporator no restrictions I vacuum the actual system new compressor has no suction so I take it back off and went to get a new compressor vacuum it down again still no suction so I added free on with the ma...
My car was running find, I stop for a second and turned my car off, went to start it and there was no power, check under the hood while getting a jump and it started up fine, went to pull off and the car cut off again, messed with the negative terminal and it started but the interior lighting was...
2006 Acura RL RecallsPassenger Frontal Air Bag Inflator Ruptures On Deployment
The passenger frontal air bag inflator may rupture on deployment, causing metal fragments to come through the air bag and injure occupants. Dealers will replace the passenger frontal air bag inflator free of charge to resolve the concern.
The driver's frontal air bag inflator may be susceptible to moisture intrusion, which over time could cause the inflator to rupture. If this happens, it would spray metal fragments upon deployment. Dealers will replace the driver's frontal air bag inflator free of charge to resolve the concern.
Use of incorrect brake fluid may cause a rubber seal in the rear of the master cylinder to become dry and leak. The leaking fluid will enter the brake booster and may not be visible externally. A loss of brake fluid can reduce braking efficiency, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will replace the affected seal on all master cylinders, leaking or not. This recall is scheduled to begin during December of 2010. The Acura recall number is R52; the Honda Recall Number is R51.