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Old 16 Aug 2003, 06:14 pm
E. Meyer
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Default Re: 1994 Legend Transmission

Acura/Honda extended the warranties to 100,000 miles on the transmissions in
2000-2002 TL's & CL's and I think Odysseys because they are failing. It is
just short of a recall (they only fix it if/when it breaks - a recall would
fix it preemptively). Your Legend is not involved.

On 8/16/03 4:20 PM, in article Eex%a.159985$YN5.103007@sccrnsc01, "RichR"
<> wrote:

> I note several posts here saying the Acura transmission is warranted for
> 100K miles. Does this mean all Acura transmissions? Mine is a 1994 Legend,
> I am the second owner. I searched Acura online and got no useful
> information from that.
> Thanks,
> RichR

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