2006 Acura TL Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2006 Acura TL
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2006 Acura TL ProblemsAutomatic Transmission Issues
I found out that at only 83000 miles my TL had to have the engine mounts replaced already at a cost of almost $800.00
Automatic transmission problems are common and these transmissions have high failure rates. Acura has voluntarily extended the warranty on many of its automatic transmissions, so be sure to check with an Acura dealership to confirm warranty coverage.
Automatic Transmission May Fail Prematurely
2006 Acura TL Questionswhy won't my 06 Acura TL start? (1 answer)
Why won't my 06 Acura TL start? My low oil pressure indicator and batterie light both stay on. It was running fine last night. I just bought this car pls help?? It won't attempt to start just can here the starter click once?
Mine snapped in 2 while making a left turn from a dead stop into my driveway. I was going very slowly and the car was not under any extreme torque. The car just stopped moving and made an awful racket when I accelerated. My car has 120,000 miles on it. Only major repairs has been starter and...
2006 Acura TL RecallsAcura Recalls 2004-2007 TL Models Due to Power Steering Hose Leaks
Acura has recalled certain 2004-2007 TL models because the power steering hose may leak onto the extremely hot catalytic converter, which may cause a fire hazard. Dealers will replace the power steering hose with a new heat-resistant design.
Honda has recalled 2006 Accord, Civic, CR-V, Element, Insight, Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline, Acura MDX, RL, RSX, TL, TSX, and 2007 Honda Fit vehicles because the contact information for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is listed incorrectly in the owner's manual. Honda is contacting dealers and customers to provide them with a postcard containing the correct information.
Acura has recalled 2006 TL vehicles because the bolts that mount the front air bag external impact sensors may be loose. If the sensor bolts fall out, the sensor may not function properly, which may prevent air bag deployment in the event of an accident. Dealers will inspect and re-torque the front air bag external impact sensor bolts.