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Old 19 Aug 2007, 04:21 pm
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Default 2006 Acura RSX type S fuses?

Both the front and the back accessory outlets don't work. I was thinking it was the fuses. Do they use different fuses or the same one? Has anyone had this problem before?
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 04:24 pm
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I haven't heard of anyone owning a new 2006 RSX with problems; my suggestion is to go directly to the Acura dealer or whom ever sold the RSX to you and have them fix it. It's a new car it shouldn't have any issues. More than likely it will be a fuse that blew out. You shouldn't be paying for it. Your Acura should still be under warranty. I bought a 1999 Integra in 2004 (at another dealership). I took it to an Acura dealer to have it looked at when my car wasn't running right. Turns out my dealer didn't do it's job and fix some tranny issues. The Acura dealer fixed it and didn't even charge me the new parts just labor! Have them look at it. Acura/Honda cars are well built, but nobody's perfect.Goodluck!
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