It's been happening lately, mind you I rarely drive her being winter.
Yesterday, I'm not familiar downtown, okay I suck at directions (LOL) and it almost cost me. It told be to turn into a One Way street. It got to the point I had to find my way back to the highway. Even then, it still kept...
I've done it every other year, I cleaned and lubed the Brake Calipers. Actually just the front passenger side, it was getting late Friday and I was tired after night shift.
Anyways, I didn't get a error code yesterday but this morning it came up.
I admit I forgot to check the brake fluid...
Took her in for a drain and fill on the CVT and they ended up finding a leak...
She'll be gone for a few days. :(
I have my Q3. Not that disappointed. This is why you need more than one in your life, I'm talking about both. LOL
Things really do happen for a reason.
As I said I never got my transmission change this early, the last time I did was back in 2005, I changed my 2002 Acura RSX Premium myself at 100+k/km. I never did after that because I had two Nissan's and they said not to touch it.
Anyways, I'm at...
I'm guessing it's that old saying, "if it ain't broke don't fix it."
Nissan refused to change the CVT on my two vehicles back then. I had 180k & 120k.
This is the first time I'm going to change the transmission early, my FK7 has around 43k/km. I booked my appointment at Honda this Saturday...
The CivicX doesn't exactly have the most comfortable seats, so no. On my new Q3, yes definitely!!
I love driving. I just went out today for 30 minutes with the CivicX and on the way home grabbed some Starbucks.
I called Honda dealership and was told it's $159 plus HST, CAN.
So I ask for parts, she said the Honda CVT fluid is $25.99 a litre and I need 4. So it's $60 for labour.
I saw the DIY on YouTube and while it looks easy, it's time consuming, more like a PITA.
Jacking the Civic alone takes...