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Yesterday, I had the 7500 mile VTM change performed by my local
dealer. This morning, I decided to take a look under the X and
I saw absolutely no sign of oil around the plugs or housing.
For those of you who have done the change, do you think it is
feasible to change the fluid and not have any sign of the fluid
change?? There was no darker stains or anything on the housing. I did call the service advisor and of course he assured
me the tech who did the work is a very conscientious worker and
I would probably not see any fluid. I did notice it looked as if
Acura had painted a white line on the housing and over the plugs
and now the lines do not match up, which tends to make me think
the plugs have been turned since the factory installation...
 

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You have found a very good service man, keep him in a job.
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VA Tech Hokie said:
Yesterday, I had the 7500 mile VTM change performed by my local
dealer. This morning, I decided to take a look under the X and
I saw absolutely no sign of oil around the plugs or housing.
For those of you who have done the change, do you think it is
feasible to change the fluid and not have any sign of the fluid
change?? There was no darker stains or anything on the housing. I did call the service advisor and of course he assured
me the tech who did the work is a very conscientious worker and
I would probably not see any fluid. I did notice it looked as if
Acura had painted a white line on the housing and over the plugs
and now the lines do not match up, which tends to make me think
the plugs have been turned since the factory installation...
I'm sure they changed it, but the service man cleaned the area good as to not drip and make you come back unhappy. Don't be that paranoid.
 
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