I removed the boot and the rest of the axle. The only part left over is the end part of the axle that is still in the axle. There is no C clip. I looked at the new axle. All videos for previous model MDX's say all you have to do is use a pry bar. Looks like i need to buy me a CV axle puller.
I'm taking my 2015 MDX AWD Tech to the dealership to get the "A 1 3" service done. As I understand it that's basically:
1) oil and filter change
2) tire rotation
3) transmission fluid change
4) transfer case fluid change
So, I'm wondering if there is anything else I should have...
From what i have read there is a TSB for the 2016 MDX that fixes things for at least some people.
My 2017 is driving me nuts. The shift between 1-2 and 2-3 is almost always delayed and then harsh. I don't feel confident when pulling out of places. It wasn't like this when i test drove...
This message pop up yesterday afternoon, i loosen the cap and retighten it, still there, went to Costco and fill up the gas, start the car, still there, after shopping in Costco and start it up again, message gone. Anyone has this happened before?
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I have a 2017 MDX. A couple of weeks ago, I noticed that the entire inner part of the driver's side door lock was missing (where you put the physical key). It looks like there are some broken pieces inside where the lock should be and nothing else. I don't know how long it's been that...
Wanted to share my experience changing the transmission fluid on my 2016 MDX with the ZF9 transmission:
The process itself is very easy. I bought 4 quarts of Honda ATF 3.1 from Honda; the same fluid from Acura costs more; I purchased the fluid from Majestic Honda and the total came out to $98...