Acura TSX 2004 – 2008 Service Repair Manual
Acura TSX (gasoline engine) 2004 – 2008 – repair manual and maintenance manual, wiring diagrams, instruction manual and owners manuals.
Acura TSX repair manual, operation and maintenance manuals from 2008, with 2.0 i-VTEC / 2.4 i-VTEC petrol engines.
Acura TSX is a luxury business class car. It combines the most advanced technology and modern design. During its existence, Acura TSX has established itself as a reliable, stylish and comfortable car. But, like all other cars, Acura TSX requires periodic maintenance and repair, which will maintain its reliability. And so you want to be able to do everything yourself, and not to trust your favorite car to someone from the service center. Of course, not very experienced motorist will not always be able to bring his “iron horse” in working condition.
Repair Acura TSX, but in other and repair any car, not so burdensome when you know how to help your pet in a given situation. The Acura TSX repair manual, operation and maintenance manual from 2008, with the 2.0 i-VTEC / 2.4 i-VTEC gasoline engines will help. . Therefore, the Acura service repair manual should always be on hand so that everyone can find answers to their questions.
Acura TSX repair manual contains detailed technical specifications of the main units and systems of the car. The sequence of disassembling and assembling components and assemblies is described operationally, specifying the features of work, safety measures, measuring the necessary parameters and advice to car enthusiasts who prefer self-repair. Employees of car services and repair shops will find in it a lot of useful information that will help to perform correct and quick repair of all car units.
A separate chapter describes all the faults that may arise along the way, as well as how to eliminate them. Given the moments of tightening the main connections, working and repair dimensions of engine parts, complete technical data on various systems of the Acura TSX. The book “Guidelines for the repair and operation of the Acura TSX” provides information on repair:
- gasoline engines;
- engine cooling systems, heating, ventilation and air conditioning;
- exhaust gas supply systems;
- engine electrical systems;
- manual gearbox and clutch;
- automatic transmission;
- brake system;
- suspension and steering; onboard electrical equipment.
All information is presented in great detail, accessible language, and is accompanied by a large number of drawings and diagrams.
This guide is to be used only for your independent automotive repairs or ventures.
Do not use this manual unless you’re familiar with the basic automotive repair procedures and safe workshop practices. This manual illustrates the workshop procedures required for most service work. It is not a substitute for a full and up-to-date information from the vehicle manufacturer or for proper training as an automotive technician. Note that is not possible for us to anticipate all of the ways or conditions under which vehicles may be serviced or to provide cautions as to all of the possible hazards that may result.
The vehicle manufacturer will continue to issue service information updates and parts retrofits after the editorial closing of this guide.
For these reasons, neither the publisher nor the author makes any warranties, express or implied, that the information in this guide is free of errors or missions, and we expressly disclaim the implied warranties of merchantability and of the fitness for a particular purpose, even if the publisher or author have been advised of a particular purpose, and even if a particular purpose is indicated in the manual. The publisher and author disclaim all liability for direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages that result from any use of the examples, instructions or other information in this book.
Your common sense and good judgment are crucial to safe and successful service work. Read procedures through before starting them. Think about whether the condition of your car, your level of mechanical skill, or your level of reading comprehension might result in or contribute in some way to an occurrence which might cause you injure, damage your car, or result in unsafe repair. If you have doubts for these or other reasons about your ability to perform safe repair work on your car, have a the work done at a an authorized dealer or other qualified shop.
Before attempting any work on your vehicle, read the warnings and cautions that are provided in the guides. Review the warnings and cautions each time you prepare to work on your vehicle.
Special tools required to perform certain service operations are identified in the guide and are recommend for use. Use of tools other than those recommended in this guide may be detrimental to the car’s safe operation as well as the safety of the person servicing the car.
All information contained in this guide is based on information available to the publisher at the time of editorial closing. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.
- Accessories and Equipment
- Driveline and Axles
- Engine Performance
- Specification Index
- Automatic Transmission
- Manual Transmission