Lawyers have commenced an investigation of 2013-14 Acura MDX and RDX vehicles equipped with Variable Cylinder Management system that cause excessive noise and vibration when engaged.
In 2013 Acura introduced engines with a Variable Cylinder Management system which was designed to pause a portion of the engine’s cylinders at various times during the vehicles operation which would lead to improved fuel consumption, exhaust gas reduction, and higher engine performance at high speeds.
Many Acura drivers have complained of excessive noise and vibrations from the undercarriage and engine compartment when the VCM engages. Honda faced similar VCM problems in its Accord, Odyssey and Pilot vehicles resulting in a class action lawsuit and subsequent settlement that extended the power train warranty on affected vehicles.
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