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The 6-Speed mileage thread

This thread is for people to post the amount of miles they currently have on their 03 CL-S 6-Speed. (Note: Yes, there is already an existing CL mileage thread, but this one is only about the 03 6-speeds.

I have 53,800 miles. What's yours?
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103,xxx and currently getting a rebuild.

I think I may be the second CL 6MT that needs the tranny rebuilt
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103,xxx and currently getting a rebuild.

I think I may be the second CL 6MT that needs the tranny rebuilt
how do you know it needs to be rebuilt...

73k on here
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I'm at 104,000 km's, so that equals 64,600 miles. Just purring along.
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how do you know it needs to be rebuilt...

73k on here
The chunks in my tranny fluid told me so

Seriously, there were chunks. Its been notchy ever since I bought the car, and I got the occassional grind on the 1-2 shift. It had some shavings in it when I refilled it about 35k miles ago. Whats funny is it hasnt gotten any worse.

The motor is out for the rebuild so I thought why not kill two birds with one stone.
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I've got 49800 on mine and I'm having 50k anxiety.
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I've got 49800 on mine and I'm having 50k anxiety.
nice. your motor looks sick too, i saw pictures of it
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shit I'm almost at 80K miles. I need to stop driving this car so much but its soo nice. WHAT to do?
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82,xxx here Roughly around 100 miles 6 days a week
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71,000 and it runs great. No problems.
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I'm at 108k and feeling good... manual was rebuilt at acura at around 92k (before I bought the car)

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99,400 here and running strong, started buying parts for 105k service.
x2 Going to do the work myself too, just got an early christmas present... Helms manual
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63,380 miles (~102,000kms). 105k service already done. Wish i had $$ to rebuild!
why rebuild? why u got 105k service already done? its just 68k lol
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well it's mileage and years. 105k/7years. That's the recommendation for harsh climates. I had the money so wanted to get it out of the way. That way nothing to worry about for a long time + peace of mind. And i want to rebuild to a 3.5
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86K. I may need a clutch soon. I'm kinda hard on my car.
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edit: 5k on the tranny
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60k and change here. Runs like a champ
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86k, 36k of the mileage while Supercharged.
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didn't it just have 15,000 miles a couple of weeks ago?
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edit: 5k on the tranny
It's a CL thread, not a TL. You tried to in here didn't you?
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109k... just did the 105k tune up. It runs better now than it did at 65k!
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103xxx, just about to get ready for the big 105
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103xxx, just about to get ready for the big 105
What do they do in that service?
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What do they do in that service?


Its the big one; timing belt.
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Its the big one; timing belt.
I already new that they do the timing belt and oil change, what else do they do though? Brake pads, and sparkplugs??
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damn you guys have very low mileage on your cars my car is about to hit 180k still running strong need new mounts though and they're $$$
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92K. Tranny needs rebuild due to my son having racing aspirations. When I drop it I'll do the 105K tuneup.
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I already new that they do the timing belt and oil change, what else do they do though? Brake pads, and sparkplugs??
Check your manual for everything, but: plugs, water pump, timing belt, crank seal, cam seal, valve adjustment, fluids, etc...
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1098XX the t-belt and water pump are done, ready for another 100K or so. I'm still on the original clutch and the car has been to the drag strip several times. I honestly think I can get 175K out of this clutch, it has never slipped and still bites in strong.

Maybe a supercharger could help me wear the clutch faster.
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It's a CL thread, not a TL. You tried to in here didn't you?
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