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On the Acura TL 3.2L, where is the coolant drain plug that drains the rest of the coolant from around the engine? I only get a little over 4 quarts from the reservoir and the radiator.The total capacity is about 1.73 to 2.0 gals.
if you change the trans fluid once year, the fluid around the torque will stay relatively clean. There is a drain bolt so it's easy. Does this make sense?
why not drain the trans fluid once a year when the car is bought new? If you have a drain plug it"s easy. This will mix with the "old" trans fluid around the torque converter and minimize debris.
there should be two threaded holes opposite each other that accept a screw bolt. Tighten the bolts in the holes a little at a time to back off the rotor. make sure you use the right size bolt and hardened steel.Tighten one bolt a little then the other.
on the front rotors, I see the two thread holes to back off the rotors if their rusted on, but what are the two philips screws for?
Is it true that original equipment break pads are semi-metallicin front and ceramic in back? when changing pads, do I just remove caliper, press piston back,insert pads, watch for overflow of reservoir. Did my 05 camry. Looks the same.
is the acura type 2 coolant the same as the honda type 2 coolant? Both are already 50/50 premix.