Oil Reset Procedure: Acura TLX 2015-2022

Oil Reset Procedure Acura TLX 2015-2022

Oil Reset Procedure for Acura TLX 2015 to 2022

 

Easy to follow procedure for Acura TLX oil reset for the year, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.

 

For the year 2015

  1. Set power mode to “ON” position. Use scroll wheel to select “MAINTENANCE INFO”, followed by “MAINTENANCE RESET”.
  2. Select “RESET”, displayed maintenance item will disappear and engine oil life display will return to 100%.
  3. Turn power mode off.

 

From the year 2015 to 2020

  1. Turn on the ignition without starting the engine
    So to begin you’re gonna press the START button twice and you do that with your foot off the brake so this will put the car into the power-on mode
  2. Find the VEHICLE SETTINGS
    Then what you want to do is use the scroll wheel on the right of the steering wheel. So scroll down until you get to where it says Vehicle Settings and tap in
  3. Go to the MAINTENANCE INFO
    Next, you scroll down all the way until it says Maintenance Info
  4. Select RESET
    Now it says maintenance reset service the default is canceled, so you scroll down once more and hit RESET and it will say reset completed
  5. Start the car
    When you’re done with that you’re going to want to turn the car off, hit the brake, and then start it and you can do this to verify that it has been reset

From the year 2020 to 2022

  1. The first thing we’re gonna have to do is switch your ignition over to the on position
  2. Then by use the scroller button the right steering, you’re gonna roll down until you see the MAINTENANCE screen
  3. Now you’re going to press and hold the scroll button for about 15 seconds or so and it will bring you to the reset mode
  4. At this point, I’m going to select All Due Items, but if you wanted to do one in particular you would use a scroller again up or down. Here’s an explanation of what the maintenance minder codes mean

About ACURA TLX

 

As a replacement for the TL and TSX sedans, the Acura TLX was initially displayed as the “TLX Prototype,” a sedan that was designed in Acura’s Los Angeles Design Studio. At the 2014 New York International Auto Show, the production model was shown off for the first time to the public for the first time. The TLX went into production in Marysville, Ohio, in the United States, in the month of July, and sales didn’t start until August.

There are two different possibilities for the powertrain. The only available drivetrain was front-wheel drive, and it was paired with a dual-clutch transmission and all-wheel steering. The engine was a 2.4-liter four-cylinder DOHC i-VTEC unit with direct injection (P-AWS). UB1 is the chassis code for this particular model. The dual clutch transmission that Honda designed was the first to use a torque converter. This device absorbs the shock caused by the transmission gear shift, which results in a reduction in NVH. The engine is rated at 206 horsepower (154 kW), and the EPA estimates that it will get 24/35/28 mpg (city/highway/combined) in fuel economy. This is an improvement over the previous TSX, which got 22/31/26 mpg. According to Honda’s calculations, the six-cylinder model can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour 1.5 seconds more quickly.

It is the first time that Honda has used a 9-speed automatic transmission (sourced from ZF), and it is mated to a 3.5-liter direct injected SOHC VTEC V-6 with cylinder deactivation (VCM). This engine can be paired with either front-wheel drive (P-AWS) or all-wheel drive (AWD) (SH-AWD). Hydraulic clutches are used in the SH-AWD system rather than the electromagnetic clutch packs that were used in the previous generation of TL. This results in a significant reduction in weight, size, and cost. The engine is rated at 290 horsepower (216 kW), and the fuel economy for models with front-wheel drive is 21/34/25 mpg, while the fuel economy for models with all-wheel drive is 21/31/25 mpg. The front-wheel drive version, with the model code UB2, and the all-wheel drive version, with the model code UB3, both come equipped as standard with a “Technology Package.” When compared to the FWD TL, models of the TLX equipped with the V6 engine shed nearly 150 lb (68 kg), and when compared to the SH-AWD TL, models equipped with the V6 engine shed over 225 lb (102 kg).

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