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2006 Acura TL

Typical Repair Cost:
$3,750
Average Mileage:
99,050 miles
Total Complaints:
5 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. re-manufactured transmission (2 reports)
  2. not sure (1 reports)
  3. rebuild transmission (1 reports)
  4. see update comment! (1 reports)

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2006 Acura TL Owner Comments

Transmissionproblem #5

TL

  • Automatic transmission
  • 80,000 miles

Aweful vehicle stay away. Transmission failed and was rebuilt.

- Randolph B., Hampton, VA, US

problem #4

TL 3.2L V6

2006 Acura Tl Transmission Filter

  • Automatic transmission
  • 138,000 miles

Hard shifts, hard downshifting. Tranny started slipping after trying to accelerate which would require a downshift. Completely died, wouldn't go into gear later on that day.

- Dale C., San Jose, CA, US

problem #3

TL 3.2L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 129,000 miles

My advice is to never become enamored by a car. I was practically in love with my loyal, 'reliable' 2006 Acura TL and now my love affair is over! Aren't Hondas and Acuras supposed to be reliable and long-lasting? Does 129,000 miles of smooth, steady driving and loving care deserve a $5,000 transmission failure? What the hell? Should this really be considered a 'reliable' brand? My entire perception of Honda and Acura has changed. I was hoping to drive at least to 250,000 miles, at least that's what I expected from the brand. Will now consider Toyota/Lexus or Subaru for a future purchase.

- Ernest L., Alexandria, VA, US

problem #2

TL 3.2L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 75,073 miles

On my way back from Barstow, I had a complete transmission failure. Had the car towed to the dealer and was told the transmission was fried according to the two computer codes. -- 'A failure of the torque converter and/or hard parts.' Whatever that means. I had an extended warranty for 7 years or 100k miles, but it was expired. My car only has 75,073 miles.

Did not know this car had a transmission problem or I would have updated the extended warranty. The dealer decided to give me $1,200 off the repair bill. Prorated at 25% off the bill since I had 25% of the mileage left to go before getting to the 100k limit. Nice of them to do since they are under no obligation to do anything, EXCEPT.. that they are aware of these transmission failures and SHOULD be picking up the tab for this inferior part. Dealer will NOT pick up the tab since there is no formal recall notice for this year and model.. BUT THERE SHOULD BE!

- Allen F., Fullerton, CA, US

problem #1

TL

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Acura
  • Automatic transmission
  • 73,000 miles

Don't buy acura, supposedly they fixed the tranny problem with honda/acura v6 models but they have not. I will go to another make. I was only 3000 miles out of warranty & they would do nothing to help.

- m_s, Gulfport, MS, US

2006 Acura TL 4dr Sedan

192 kilowatts 3.2L V6 6-speed manual FWD

12590 kmRough shifting manual transmission from first to second and second to third gears.
20968 kmManual 6 speed transmission is getting rough when shifting from first to second gear and second to third gear. Transmission popped out of third gear numerous times.
40323 kmRough shifting into second and third gear.
130645 km
US $500
CV Joint Clicking around turns--replaced both front axles
29032 kmNo repairs but service rep at last visit agreed to transmission rebuild due to notchy shifting. Sold car instead.
32258 kmTransmission was repaired under warranty for difficulty shifting into third gear (there was an outstanding TSB about the problem).

2006 Acura TL 4dr Sedan

192 kilowatts 3.2L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic FWD

125806 km
US $400
Transmission shifting erratically. Attempted repair on previous trip. Took car to AutoZone and they pulled Range Switch Error Code. Took car to dealer and range switch replaced.
147000 km
C $400
replace CV axle shaft - right side
149000 km
C $350
replace CV axle shaft replace right side CV axle shaft
180000 km
C $500
cv joint, fork replaced
120455 km
US $4000
Transmission made whistling noise, they said main bearing going out, had transmission rebuilt, still makes 10% of same noise, mechanic says all honda acura 6 cylinder engine make noise and it cant be entirely fixed. Last Acura for me.
172581 km
US $400
Left front axel snapped during driving on the highway at 107k miles. Car suddenly stopped moving in the middle of highway traffic. Repair shop advised that that the part appeared to be a poor forging, that that it had rusted, axel replaced.
137071 km
US $5800
Replaced the transmission,
108026 kmMisdiagnosis of why leaking oil; replaced seal on axle. Still leaking oil. Determined was coming from gasket between inner & outer transmission cases. Service dept decided to replace transmission.
113165 km
US $40
Transmission whining upon start up during cold weather until warmed up. This is transmission that was replaced 2 yrs ago under warranty. Tech checked and said beginning to leak between gaskets.
209677 km
US $1500
replace right and left axle
214516 km
US $1800
Transmission would not catch any gears. Once it cooled it became drivable again for until the fluid warmed again.
215800 km
C $400
Driver side Drive Shaft snapped while at an intersection. Broken part was replaced by mechanic.
249200 km
C $300
Axel rusting out under the balance bushing
162903 km
US $4100
Complete transmission failure
33871 km
US $180
Clutch master cylinder stopped allowing shifts to happen smoothly