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Old 01-07-2015, 05:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Altostratus View Post
Hi there,
I am having 07 TL with no major problem until 68k now.
[I]I'm just wondering whether I buy 04 TSX for my kid.
I wouldn't get the '04 just because it doesn't have hands free link or the auxiliary input. You don't want your kid talking on the phone and getting into an accident or a ticket.

'06+ has slightly better performance and maybe slightly better reliability.
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Old 01-08-2015, 01:04 PM
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I have a 2005 Acura TSX with over 240,000 miles on it. Love this car!

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As you can see, I'm getting 500 miles out of a tank of gas! This was on a trip a few months ago to NC from Ohio. I've put another 10,000 miles on it since then! Lol!
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Old 01-14-2015, 10:29 PM
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^ +1 Cars were meant to be driven and you are doing just that. Please let us know what you are doing to get 500 miles on a full tank of gas. I'm lucky to get 32mpg and I granny shift/accelerate...
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Originally Posted by deathangel View Post
Please let us know what you are doing to get 500 miles on a full tank of gas. I'm lucky to get 32mpg and I granny shift/accelerate...
My best tank went 506 miles and my best fuel economy was 38 MPG.

I don't know what you mean by granny shift, but slow acceleration is not more efficient. Avoiding use of the brakes is the best thing you can do. Lots of coasting to stops, looking ahead at traffic, and timing the signal lights.

I hand calculate MPG with every fill-up and find the car reports 1-2 MPG more than actual.

At 32mpg, you too can go 500+ miles. The tank holds 17.1 gallons of fuel.

My lifetime average is 31 MPG, factoring in the high numbers I get in the summer and low numbers in the winter. I also get 31 MPG regardless of stop and go traffic, or steady highway cruising at 70 MPH.

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Old 08-12-2015, 01:04 AM
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Still going strong

Just about to pass the 180k mark when I drive down to Portland from Seattle on my 04 auto. I still remember my father buying me this car when I was 18 (still made payments to him though) and now I am 30. Its been a great 12 years and I plan on another 12.

I have replaced:
2 starters @ 135,000 and 175,000.
OEM rotors to Stoptech slotted back in 2006.

Besides that, just normal fluid changes, brakes pads, rear light bulbs, four sets of tires and a Costco battery every 3 years. The batteries always seem to go out right before the warranty ends. Thanks Costco!

Man, i'd love to get a new set of floor mats though... anyone know where I can get just the fronts for a good deal?
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Old 08-13-2015, 12:40 PM
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I thought my 07 TSX with 136K was getting up there but you guys are driving the wheels off of this car. Other than my paint starting to fade and about 10 billion rock chips on the front end my TSX is running very strong. Charged the a/c one time and replaced a seat belt tensioner. Been a bullet proof car. Always dealer serviced. Acura did great with the TSX.
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Old 08-13-2015, 01:25 PM
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Hit this a few weeks ago. Since then my alternator failed, but kinda expected at 200650. Since replacement, she is running smoothly again..


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Old 08-13-2015, 01:49 PM
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No major problems

170K and no major repairs. Just lots of burned out interior bulbs (Radio Shack #7219) and minor vtec spool gasket leak.
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202,000 miles on my 06 6MT. It's nice that this car hasn't rusted at all, unlike like my Hondas from the last milenium. Struts twice (by me), timing chain, AC, ball joints, a wheel bearing, clutch, brakes a few times (by me), 50 quarts of oil (excluding oil changes, but still "normal"), and tires, throttle position sensor.
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Old 03-02-2016, 11:23 AM
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I can see needing struts once at 200,000 miles, but twice seems excessive. Ball joints and a clutch seems too soon at 200k too. Perhaps the car is seeing some track time? Why did the timing chain need replacement, and how did you know it needed to be done?

I just hit 100,000 last week on my '06 MT. Was hoping to take a picture of it, but when I noticed I was already 70 miles past.

Besides yearly oil changes, I have replaced the brakes pads once with ceramics, the wiper blades a few times, and replaced most of the interior and exterior lights with LEDs. The car uses less than half a quart of oil in 12,000 miles, which is about how far I go between oil changes. I'm still on my original set of tires since I got the car at 36,000 miles. That's 65,000 miles on this set in 6 years of ownership.

My wife scraped the car with her crappy Pontiac Grand Prix when we were newly married. Then my roommate scraped the same side of the car with his Toyota Camry. I haven't bothered repairing the damage as it's just cosmetic and the car is likely to see more abuse. No idea why people are having such a difficult time backing out of the driveway without hitting the car. Normal logic says that if you are getting too close, you would stop, pull forward, and try again. For some reason, my wife and my roommate figured they should just go for it.
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Old 03-06-2016, 08:33 AM
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Originally Posted by gdcwatt View Post
202,000 miles on my 06 6MT. It's nice that this car hasn't rusted at all, unlike like my Hondas from the last milenium. Struts twice (by me), timing chain, AC, ball joints, a wheel bearing, clutch, brakes a few times (by me), 50 quarts of oil (excluding oil changes, but still "normal"), and tires, throttle position sensor.
This car is already heavy, especially at the front end, but I often add 500 - 900lbs of people and stuff for ski trips, and round trips to the cottage. I doubt my roads are any worse than any others, but I drive over rr tracks twice a day, braking lightly, then adding gas to reduce weight over the front tires. My car is one of those that has the jerky idle creep issue, and 1-2 shift issue: it's the most difficult car to drive smoothly that I've ever owned...'55 TR2, Fiat 124 Spider, 1936 Ford, RX-7, Honda accord, civic. I take slow residential corners in 3rd, but also heel & toe. This car HAS seen a lot of high speed travel.

The timing chain involved a rr track, when I saw the tach quickly swing past 8,000 when the front end went light. I drove 500 miles before the fix, but I knew something was wrong.

On two sets of struts, when the ride gets floaty and unpredictable, it's time.
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Old 03-06-2016, 05:51 PM
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I hit 300k in January 2016. I took a picture, but lost it so you'll have to take my word for it!

Since my last post at 250k, I've replaced the starter with a DB Electrical unit from Amazon. I also replaced the PCB in the radio to fix the center stack lights, and they burned out again in less than 5 minutes, so I'm just going to have to live with that. Other than that, just oil changes every 10k with synthetic, transmission drains/fills at 30k, and tires.

I'm trying to catch Clymerdude, but my daughter wants to buy my 2004 for a college car, so I may have to capitulate the mileage contest - I have a 2006 MT TSX in the garage to replace the 04, but it only has 117k, so it will be awhile to get it to 300k.

Originally Posted by aedavis View Post
I just hit 250,000 miles this morning.



Problems in 250K:
  • I'm on my second aftermarket AC compressor - factory part lasted to 188K
  • center stack lights don't work
  • drivers door actuator replaced at 155K
  • brake rotors warp - haven't found a solution for this yet

I change the oil with sythetic every 10,000 miles, and drain/refill the auto transmission every 30,000 miles. Everything else is as needed. It's a great car, and if I kill it I'll buy another one just like it. I would probably skip an 04 to try and avoid the AC issues, but it looks like all the first gen TSXs have had some AC compressor issues, but the 04s have a higher number of occurences.
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Old 03-08-2016, 11:20 PM
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I run my instrument lights as dim as I can while still being able to see them. I'm hoping to get more life out of the bulbs this way, and night vision is preserved by keeping the lights low.

The TSX is the best car I've owned by far, but I'll probably be replacing it with an EV in the next 2-4 years.
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Old 03-19-2016, 11:49 PM
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Originally Posted by redpoint View Post
I can see needing struts once at 200,000 miles, but twice seems excessive. Ball joints and a clutch seems too soon at 200k too. Perhaps the car is seeing some track time? Why did the timing chain need replacement, and how did you know it needed to be done?

I just hit 100,000 last week on my '06 MT. Was hoping to take a picture of it, but when I noticed I was already 70 miles past.

Besides yearly oil changes, I have replaced the brakes pads once with ceramics, the wiper blades a few times, and replaced most of the interior and exterior lights with LEDs. The car uses less than half a quart of oil in 12,000 miles, which is about how far I go between oil changes. I'm still on my original set of tires since I got the car at 36,000 miles. That's 65,000 miles on this set in 6 years of ownership.

My wife scraped the car with her crappy Pontiac Grand Prix when we were newly married. Then my roommate scraped the same side of the car with his Toyota Camry. I haven't bothered repairing the damage as it's just cosmetic and the car is likely to see more abuse. No idea why people are having such a difficult time backing out of the driveway without hitting the car. Normal logic says that if you are getting too close, you would stop, pull forward, and try again. For some reason, my wife and my roommate figured they should just go for it.
My 96 Accord with 242,000 struts still functioning perfect and firm.
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Old 03-20-2016, 02:17 PM
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Mine has 227k. I got it at 220k for $1,000 was owned by a girl before. So far only had to replace the radiator that thing was shredded so also did coolant flush. Everything else looks fine Done 2 mobil1 oil changes on it so far and will partially flush power steering and brake fluid.
Gotta love Hondas
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Old 03-25-2016, 03:13 PM
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Wow, tons of miles on all your cars! I traded mine at 70k bec I needed an SUV, but I loved my 04. Such a great car. I now have 111k on my '11 RDX.
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Old 04-11-2016, 01:39 PM
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2004 TSX, bought it with 44,500 miles. Currently has 258k.

Major repairs:

Power steering pump (2016)
On 3rd set of rear wheel bearings (2014)
Battery cable (2014)
Engine mounts (2014)
Starter (2014)
Circuit board in head unit (2011)
A/C Condenser (2007)

Love this car because majority of the stuff I've been able to do myself with the exception of the engine mounts and battery cable.
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Originally Posted by TL Fanatic View Post
2004 TSX, bought it with 44,500 miles. Currently has 258k.

Major repairs:

Power steering pump (2016)
On 3rd set of rear wheel bearings (2014)
Battery cable (2014)
Engine mounts (2014)
Starter (2014)
Circuit board in head unit (2011)
A/C Condenser (2007)

Love this car because majority of the stuff I've been able to do myself with the exception of the engine mounts and battery cable.

How did you know those engine mounts were bad? I often have trouble putting power down, when starting, and since I've change the struts, I keep asking about the motor mounts, but am told they are fine.

I had to replace the radiator last week. The dealer also said the power steering rack is starting to leak, and quoted $2,600 Cdn to replace it. I bought a bottle of fluid, instead, just in case, and will explore rebuilding it.
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gdcwatt - I could feel the vibrations from the engine a lot more then usual. I don't drive the car on a daily basis.

Good luck with the power steering rack.
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Greeting, just joined Acurazine.

Currently have an 08 black on black TSX DD. 214,000 Miles.

Only issue has been a rack and pinion replacement.

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Old 05-17-2016, 10:57 AM
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So I will hit 250,000 in about a month. I bought my TSX in early April 2003, one of the first 100 sold in the US (I was told). After 13 long years it's almost time to pass it down to the kiddo. Best car I've ever owned... The only parts I've had to replace are a CV joint (I think) and starter, aside from regular maintenance/tires/brakes, etc. I'm starting to hear "odd" sounds that indicate the car is getting grumpy and tired

Perusing the forum I take it there is a user who has a TSX over 300K? I'd love to know what the overall record is.
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I have 305K on my 2004, but Clymerdude in Idaho is approaching 500K - I think he has the highest mileage.
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So I will hit 250,000 in about a month. I bought my TSX in early April 2003, one of the first 100 sold in the US (I was told). After 13 long years it's almost time to pass it down to the kiddo. Best car I've ever owned... The only parts I've had to replace are a CV joint (I think) and starter, aside from regular maintenance/tires/brakes, etc. I'm starting to hear "odd" sounds that indicate the car is getting grumpy and tired

Perusing the forum I take it there is a user who has a TSX over 300K? I'd love to know what the overall record is.
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Old 09-18-2016, 09:41 PM
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05 TSX with 250k. no major problems ever.
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Old 09-19-2016, 07:02 PM
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Had new since 2006. 6MT, 130k, no major repairs. Just filters and oil (consuming a quart every couple thousand though).
Still on original clutch and brakes; mechanic said 25% left. Clutch still feels strong.

Issues:
Rear tail light is out
Heated seat light dead
Driver side visor doesn't stay up
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My best tank went 506 miles and my best fuel economy was 38 MPG.

I don't know what you mean by granny shift, but slow acceleration is not more efficient. Avoiding use of the brakes is the best thing you can do. Lots of coasting to stops, looking ahead at traffic, and timing the signal lights.

I hand calculate MPG with every fill-up and find the car reports 1-2 MPG more than actual.

At 32mpg, you too can go 500+ miles. The tank holds 17.1 gallons of fuel.

My lifetime average is 31 MPG, factoring in the high numbers I get in the summer and low numbers in the winter. I also get 31 MPG regardless of stop and go traffic, or steady highway cruising at 70 MPH.
I don't think you've ever done all stop and go then. All local I struggle to get 22 mpg.
All highway I can get 35+ mpg easily. Best I've seen was 37-38.
My lifetime average is about 30-32 mpg, with 70% of the miles being hwy.
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Old 09-24-2016, 08:02 AM
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I love seeing all these high mileage TSX's.

My GF's recently purchased '08 only has around 135k on it. According to what I'm seeing here, it should have many years left in it (plus, it's clearly been well maintained).


Since buying it a few months ago, we've done the following;

-Pads, rotors, and fluid.

-Sway bar end-links (one was broken).

-Replaced the broken fog-light glass with Lexan.

All just minor maintenance items (cheap DIY's).
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Lots of people with high mileage! I have 185,500 miles on my 2004. However, I live on a small island, and didn't drive the car for about 6 months each of it's first eight years that I had it (traveled a *lot* for work).

Can I join this "fraternity"?
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UPDATE on 06 TSX 5AT Navi:

Up to 136,000 miles now. Pretty much zero issues up to 100k; but, since then:
- kid had an accident 2015 causing $7,000 worth of damage to hood, fenders, bumper, and A/C condensor, repaired
- alternator
- battery (2nd interstate)
- power steering pump
- tires (2nd set of Conti DWS)
- passenger side upper control arm
- HT front/rear camber kit

Everything works perfectly and still doesn't use a drop of oil between changes. The TSX still looks, drives, and handles like she has 100,000 less miles. Almost due for some brake pads is the only thing I need to do for her for now.
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166,000 on a 2004 with Navi. No issues other than new AC compressor coil (and replaced the compressor due to age at the same time in 2015), minor things and routine maintenance.
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I'm pushing an 04 5AT with 236,000 miles on it. I'm not the original owner. But, my sister in law is, and the car has had no major mechanical repairs aside from the power steering pump I just replaced yesterday(which isn't too major) and the original suspension was replaced with coilovers since a few of the springs and struts were shot or leaking. Still rocking the original engine and transmission and cruising like a beast.
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2006 TSX AT
225,000 - now ready for another 200k

Spent last two weekends doing this:

Replaced these parts:
1. Timing chain
2. Timing chain tensioner
3. Drive belt / Alt. belt
4. Water pump
5. Drive belt tensioner and pulley
6. Valve cover gasket
7. Coolant
8. PS fluid
9. Oil and oil filter
10. Spark Plugs
11. Crankshaft seal
12. All gaskets on chain case
13. PCV valve
14. Both oxygen sensors
15. Lower radiator coolant sensor
16. Thermostat
17. Transmission fluid (drain and fill 3 qts)
18. Cabin filter
19. Air filter
20. In line transmission filter

Adjusted valves.....whew!
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2006 TSX AT
225,000 - now ready for another 200k

Spent last two weekends doing this:

Replaced these parts:
1. Timing chain
2. Timing chain tensioner
3. Drive belt / Alt. belt
4. Water pump
5. Drive belt tensioner and pulley
6. Valve cover gasket
7. Coolant
8. PS fluid
9. Oil and oil filter
10. Spark Plugs
11. Crankshaft seal
12. All gaskets on chain case
13. PCV valve
14. Both oxygen sensors
15. Lower radiator coolant sensor
16. Thermostat
17. Transmission fluid (drain and fill 3 qts)
18. Cabin filter
19. Air filter
20. In line transmission filter

Adjusted valves.....whew!
Good call on the timing chain tensioner! I've actually got that on the docket to be replaced next on mine just for peace of mind. Funny enough I just found the first oil leak I've had and it's the valve cover gasket so I'll be replacing mine too.
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2006 TSX AT
225,000 - now ready for another 200k

Spent last two weekends doing this:

Replaced these parts:
1. Timing chain
2. Timing chain tensioner
3. Drive belt / Alt. belt
4. Water pump
5. Drive belt tensioner and pulley
6. Valve cover gasket
7. Coolant
8. PS fluid
9. Oil and oil filter
10. Spark Plugs
11. Crankshaft seal
12. All gaskets on chain case
13. PCV valve
14. Both oxygen sensors
15. Lower radiator coolant sensor
16. Thermostat
17. Transmission fluid (drain and fill 3 qts)
18. Cabin filter
19. Air filter
20. In line transmission filter

Adjusted valves.....whew!
Engine or 5AT always had me worried as "fix and keep" or "cut my loss" repair items. It is reassuring to see an 06 5AT TSX with that many miles and just regular wear/tear repairs.

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I have 305K on my 2004, but Clymerdude in Idaho is approaching 500K - I think he has the highest mileage.
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2004 TSX 5AT and W/Nav. Currently at 169K miles.
Purchased this car about 9 months ago. Unfortunately I have no prior service history, but I have had no repairs. Glad to see so many high mile cars around since I like to keep my cars as long as possible. I do have the drivers seatbelt/airbag error yet to get fixed since closest dealer is about 100 miles away.
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330000 miles new here
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Highest Mileage 1G TSX

'06 TSX MT6 - 173K with only the A/C compressor replaced (it runs all the time -- can't shut it off). Unfortunately now needs clutch :-) or clutch/master cylinder. Tried bleeding it once -- not much difference, still grinds into reverse and sometimes hard into 1st.
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I have 168k, no major repairs
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Don't drive it as much since I've been working from home..

just passed over 239k

Comptech S/C unit has ~149k on it and looks like it needs to be rebuilt...debating whether to sell it as is and go back to stock...rebuilds can cost up to ~$700...decisions...decisions...
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1G TSX in Hawaii

I have a 2004 TSX, I just turned 192,000 miles. BUT, I live on an island, AND my car sat in my garage about six months a year during it's first eight years of me owning it (due to my work travel schedule traveling 26.5 weeks each year). The only major repairs were the recall on the power steering hose, and the ESB on the center console. It's a great car!!

Now I have to figure out what spring rates I would use for a tender/main spring coilover set up. But that's for another forum.
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