Last post on Sep 15, 2011 at 12:58 PM
You are in the Acura TL
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Acura TL, Sedan
#91 of 97 Re: 2008 TL VS 2009 TSX [mf15]
Aug 20, 2008 (8:41 am)
Yes, the TL is going to have more power right off the bat, but once the TSX 4cyl is more broken in, you simply notice a difference in its power, but sometimes thats not enough for some.
#92 of 97 Re: New TL owner [mmelone]
Aug 20, 2008 (9:55 am)
Would appreciate it if you would get back too me.. I'm taking my TL in this Fri. for a check up. I'll as well will keep you posted.
#93 of 97 Re: New TL owner [polishedmetal]
Aug 20, 2008 (9:58 am)
So your saying its no issue at all? I'm taking my TL in this Fri for service guess i'll find out then if there is a issue or not. Can you send me a link or more info if you know of any on this. Kind of dissapointed did not expect an acura with its rep. to be like this.
#94 of 97 2008 TL Engine
Aug 20, 2008 (7:33 pm)
Im a new 2008 TL owner. Im not sure if this was mentioned previously in this forum. Does anyone else feel the engine have slight pull when slowing down after 20mph or so? When I let off the gas and let it cruise, it feels like the engine pulls a bit. Is this a transmission problem? Open to all suggestions.
#95 of 97 Re: 2008 TL Engine [lsupinoy]
Aug 21, 2008 (3:42 pm)
Not sure what you mean by engine pull, if you mean engine brakeing
that is normal, Old Mike
#96 of 97 Re: 2008 TL Engine [mf15]
Aug 21, 2008 (7:13 pm)
Thanks...just making sure it was normal
#97 of 97 Re: Just bought a new 08 TL [trailhiker]
Sep 15, 2011 (12:58 pm)
From my 08 TL's manual: "When the indicator comes on, there is about 2.3 U.S. gal...of fuel remaining in the tank before the needle reaches E. There is a small reserve of fuel remaining in the tank when the needle does reach E."
So that means that there is more than 2.3 gallons left
My "low fuel" indicator came on, and I drove about 20 miles before filling up. I put 13.6 gallons in the tank, so it looks like there's at least 3.5 gallons left after the warning message comes on.
Nevertheless, I've read somewhere that this sort of engine can be seriously damaged if it runs out of fuel, so it's better to be safe than sorry.