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Old 12-05-2018, 07:04 AM   #1
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Hello. I'm Markpti I appreciate any advice members may offer regarding my 1992 Legend Sedan. It has 104,000 miles. Purchased from florida 3 years ago. I live in the Rochester, NY area. I keep the Legend off road in the winter to avoid the salt damage.

I've need to replace the R&P Bellows and am having the Acura Dealer machine flush the automatic transmission in hope to improve some shifting movement as I decelerate in D4. No movement when I decelerate in D3.

On the R&P Bellows issue, I'm planning to order from RockAuto, new unvented Bellows. Should I be considering any other R&P parts replacements since I'm going through that effort?

Any thoughts or advice is appreciated.
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Old 12-05-2018, 09:26 AM   #2
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A transmission fluid drain and fill is probably all you need, but this 4x tranny flush has been popular since the beginning of time if you want to do everything you can:

http://forums.acuralegend.org/4x-tra...ion+drain+fill

https://www.acura-legend.com/vbullet...lush-gil-4818/
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Welcome!

I too would say you should probably just drain and fill.... Alot of transmission "Flushes" include cleaners and chemicals that aren't necessarily good for the transmission. Honda themselves do not recommend the use of any chemicals in any of their fluid systems and the recommended ATF service for hondas is just a drain and fill.
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