I'm with you, I don't know either. Hopefully it's something common to many cars, and maybe they will launch a TSB.
Maybe a defective strut that goes bad when the hydraulic fluid heats up?Greg P said:DaleB
Whatever my problem is is definitely related to temperature. As I stated in my earlier post today, it's in the low 60's and I'm not getting any of the ticking or buzzing noises I've been getting when the temps are higher than 75
I surely hope my problems is the funky welds.:8:
Thanks for posting a contact for our members!!!JL889 said:THE FIX IS DONE NOT BY MASSAGING THE WELD POINTS , BUT BY GRINDING THEM DOWN. tHIS IN NO WAY AFFECT THE STRENGTH OF THE COMPONENT. A tech at Acura of Mobile fixed the problem .His name is Dominic Roma. He has alerted Acura of the fix. If you have further inquiries the number is 1-800-866-6141.