I'm doing mine now on the '17 - 22,300 miles. My MM never kicked in for that but the dealer recommended the $110 replacement on inspection last week, though they said "all good" at 14K and 17.5K. They also told me I needed the $160 "air induction service" because they found my engine air filter to be dirty (I replaced it this summer and it's not dirty). As an aside and with all due respect, but just how do they check the transfer case, rear diff and trans fluids and find them all to be "dirty/contaminated" but then I have to use a 1/2" breaker bar with a 3/8" adapter (or my cordless impact wrench) and some WD40 to break through the rust and crud on the recently reinstalled check/drain plugs?
Anyway, I had planned today to be "RearDiffDay" for all three Hondas. But dealer parts shop is trying to charge $19.96 per quart; yesterday 2nd dealer said the DPF2 is back-ordered and 3rd said "$12.50." So I called local Acura dealer for their DPFS. Parts guy told me there is a national shortage and while they could sell me a couple of quarts for personal use for $12 since I am a previous customer, they are not selling to other dealers. Then I saw this on Bernardi's:
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Anyone have word on a replacement? Seem the Eneos found at Napa is in short supply too, if that is even a real alternative.