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SOLD: 07-08 3rd & 4th gear transmission switch

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03-03-2019, 08:35 PM | Replies: 17 | Views: 788
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  • Price
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  • Location Houston, TX, USA
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Acura TL 2007 - 2008
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I replaced my switches thinking they were bad, but ended up finding out that my TPS calibration was off from cleaning the TB, making the car shift abnormally.

Car had 140,000 miles when removed.

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Old 03-03-2019, 10:41 PM
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If you're selling the switches you removed from your car, and not the new ones, they are available for a total of $106.98 plus shipping so it appears that your price might be a little high for switches used for 140,000 miles.

Switch Assembly, AT Oil Pressure28600-RKE-004
SWITCH ASSY., AT OIL PRESSURE $76.42 $53.49
Switch Assembly, AT Oil Pressure (Washimiya)28610-RKE-004
SWITCH ASSY., AT OIL PRESSURE (WASHIMIYA)$76.42 $53.49
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Old 03-03-2019, 11:50 PM
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Thanks for the info. I was getting my price reference from Endless RPM. I believe it was roughly around $150 for 3 switches. I think the price is fair TBH. Buying from the prices listed above, the total should also be around $150
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Old 03-04-2019, 12:12 AM
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Please post pictures. I should have already asked this, and then I would have seen that you are selling three switches instead of two.
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Please post pictures. I should have already asked this, and then I would have seen that you are selling three switches instead of two.
I sent a request to edit my post.
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Old 03-04-2019, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Uncle_Wes2 View Post
I sent a request to edit my post.
I don't know where you sent it, but I never got it.

Here's the information on how to make changes to your posts in the Marketplace.

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Old 03-07-2019, 12:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Uncle_Wes2 View Post
how was it shifting?
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Old 03-07-2019, 09:33 AM
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Originally Posted by TLDrip View Post
how was it shifting?
i could barely tell the difference from new switches to old. Maybe marginally a bit smoother. Once I calibrated my TPS, it was a night and day difference.
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Originally Posted by Uncle_Wes2 View Post


i could barely tell the difference from new switches to old. Maybe marginally a bit smoother. Once I calibrated my TPS, it was a night and day difference.
why not switch them back in and sell the newer ones then
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why not switch them back in and sell the newer ones then
that is a good idea, but I am too damn lazy to do that.
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Alright. GLWS then
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Alright. GLWS then
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What are the steps to calibrate your tps sensors? Are you doing this because of going the stock 17 tires and rims do something with a bigger overall diameter?
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What are the steps to calibrate your tps sensors? Are you doing this because of going the stock 17 tires and rims do something with a bigger overall diameter?
You need a HDS (Honda Diagnostic System) or something like that. I had to calibrate it because the tech that did my timing belt messed with the throttle plate, throwing off the calibration.
I bought my HDS on ebay for like $160 or something
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To give prospective buyers some assurance, I will honor a week return policy once received. I will gladly give a refund. Buyer is in charge of return shipping. I really don't want these to go to waste or throw it away.
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