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2002 Acura MDX | Answered on Jan 07, 2020


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2007 Acura MDX | Answered on Nov 15, 2019


I had the same error. Delete your phone from your MDX, turn off car. Turn back on. Add your phone back to the MDX.

Acura MDX Cars &... | Answered on Oct 21, 2019


Automatic or Standard? Check my tip automatic transmission.

2001 Acura MDX | Answered on Oct 13, 2019


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2007 Acura MDX | Answered on Oct 02, 2019


Check for 12Vdc at the bulb socket. If its there the bulb is bad, the socket is bad (making no/poor contact with the bulb), or you have a bad ground. If its not there, trace the circuit back until you find 12V the break in the circuit will be between the last 2 point you checked.

2001 Acura MDX | Answered on Jun 09, 2019


There are three places that water can be coming from. The least likely is from underneath, unless you've been driving through deep water (ask the kids about that if they get to use the car). ;-) The other places are from a plugged sunroof drain - just open the sunroof, and carefully pour a quart of water into the channel in the front and see if it finds its way through the drain holes at the front corners, and out the bottom of the car (it takes just seconds to make the trip). The third possibility is a gap in the gasket or sealant around the windshield (the water will run down inside the windshield pillar, and find its way to your carpet). The only option there is to have the windshield replaced (or at least removed and reinstalled - if you can find someone who'll do that). There's some chance that there's a rust hole under the gasket, too, particularly if the windshield was replaced previously by a ham-fisted tech who scratched up the paint when replacing a windshield.

2005 Acura MDX | Answered on Mar 21, 2019


I'm not certain what your question is, if you are inquiring about the dificulty, it is moderate, possibly including evacuating the system and removing the compressor. On most v6 models, coil/clutch replacement cannot be done with the compressor on the vehicle. If I can assist further, reach me at https://www.6ya.com/thericepatch

2004 Acura MDX | Answered on Feb 21, 2019


This requires the removal of the door panel, I can walk you through it if you contact me at https://www.6ya.com/thericepatch

2008 Acura Mdx | Answered on Feb 21, 2019


There are a couple of possible issues. First be sure that the window lock is off, this is the switch next to the window switches that often is overlooked because it is often unused. If this is unlocked, then the next likely culprit would be the window switch assembly. I have had to replace this on a number of Accords and Acura TL. If I can assist further please reach me at https://www.6ya.com/thericepatch

2009 Acura MDX | Answered on Feb 21, 2019


Brian’s answer seems right. Unless you’re getting the problem during the rain. One way to test for the heater core is to leave the heat off and see if you get any water. Leaving the heater switch off turns off the valve which sends water to your heater core.

Replacing a heater core is expensive because they have to remove the entire dashboard. It’s probably at least $1000+ job.

Not sure about the noise.

2006 Acura MDX... | Answered on Jan 28, 2019


On both Honda and Acura vehicles, in the glove box where the owners manual is, there should be a radio code or something. You must have disconnected the battery changing out something, and this always happens. The card that has the code is a business card size card that is white and says, "radio code." This is why they have this anti-theft radio device, so that if anyone were to steal your radio out of your car, they will need the radio code to get it to work. otherwise, the radio is useless without the code. If you can't find it anywhere, which they do get lost very easily, you will have to go to a Honda dealership and confirm ownership of the vehicle by means of title or valid registration and drivers license. Then they will release the code to you. You may have to pay, I don't know. It wouldn't surprise me if that was the case. Hope this helps you out.

2004 Acura MDX | Answered on Jan 27, 2019


Are you saying that the freon is leaking. Most likely the seal in the compressor is the problem

Acura MDX Cars &... | Answered on Oct 28, 2018

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