Thanks! I’m actually leaning towards #1.😂 I’m just a bit ticked why I didn’t see that when we picked up the car. I guess we were just in a hurry…I might take it to a pro body shop one of these days and have them look at it.Your options are -
- Do nothing and live with it.
- Take it to any Acura dealer to correct under warranty. Maybe there's one closer than the one you bought it from. I don't know if a Honda dealer, as opposed to an Acura dealer, would do this as a warranty claim (in case you have a Honda dealership much closer to you).
- Correct it yourself by adjusting it but risk potentially damaging something if you make a mistake.
- Pay an independent body shop or mechanic to correct it.
It's a personal choice as to which of those you do.
Thanks! This is actually my wife’s MDX. I didn’t tell her about the hood and I’m not even sure if she noticed it. 😁Yeah - sometimes it's easier to just live with things or you can also try to have the dealer check it upon some other trip to the dealer for service or something.
Sometimes a hood is fairly simple to adjust, as opposed to some fenders and the like, so it might not be a big deal for them to adjust when you get around to it.