When my husband’s Acura, which was transferred to me after he died, was recently checked by an Acura dealer they told me it needs new spark plugs, to have its coolant exchange, and to have its Bushing Front Lower Arm Compliance replaced.
I have an appointment with the dealer to do the first two items but am not sure how I can tell it needs to have its busing front lower arm compliance replaced. I understand if it really needs to be replaced there can be a serious issue with the steering if I don’t, but how can I be able to know if it really needs to be replaced. It is a 2012 Acura with 31,000 miles.
Thanks for the information. In light of the fact that I never noticed this problem while driving how can the dealer tell the bushing front lower arm needs to be replaced. Do you think they are going by the age of the car instead of the miles driven?