What oil does Acura TL Type S take?
|Viscosity:||5W-20, 0W-20 (All TEMPS) Acura Engine Oil Application Guide (Rev. 12/1/11) indicates that 0W-20 is acceptable to use in this application.|
|Capacity:||4.5 quarts (with filter)After refill check oil level. 4.2 quarts. w/ofAfter refill check oil level.|
|Torque:||29 ft/lbs (Oil Drain Plug)|
How much oil does an Acura TL Type S take?
65 quarts of SAE 52-20 oil in engine. Acura recommends that You use synthetic oil whenever You need to change it in Your car. Synthetic oil is a newer type of oil that is engineered to give You greater wear protection and longer life than the petroleum-based conventional option.
Are there any oil consumption problems in Acura?
Acura allegedly concealed oil consumption problems and denied there were problems when Acura owners visited dealerships. The plaintiffs claim they would have purchased or leased models with different engines or would have been driving vehicles manufactured by competitors if Honda would have warned them about the engines.
What happens after the Acura oil consumption settlement?
In addition, Honda will provide an updated powertrain warranty period to customers after the Acura oil consumption settlement is signed. A customer may need to have an excessive oil consumption test performed by an Acura dealer under the warranty extension period. The procedure is explained in the settlement.
Is there a class action lawsuit against Acura?
The Acura oil consumption class action lawsuit was filed in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles: Kojikian et al. v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc. The plaintiffs are represented by the Margarian Law Firm. CarComplaints.com has complaints about the Acura models named in the oil consumption lawsuit.
Is there a settlement on the Acura J37?
Acura agrees to settle oil consumption class action lawsuit that alleges J37 engines are bad. Acura agrees to settle oil consumption class action lawsuit that alleges J37 engines are bad.