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Old 19 Nov 2007, 06:48 pm
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Default 96 Acura Integra GS Transmission & Tie Roads

Hi. I have an Acura 96 Integra GS. Which level (gear) of the transmission do I have to use? D4 or D3? What is the purpose of 1 & 2 gears?

And the mechanic showed me the tie roads & told me they must be changed. 60 $ each to of them 120 $ and 85 $ each for work 290 & 60 $ alignment 350 + tax = 380 $ !! What do you prefer to me? I got 4 new tires and did the balance already.

Thank you so much.
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