It's very hard to trust a body shop. Some jobs really are difficult; other jobs should be straight-forward but the shop just really can't get the job done.
Ask the GM or owner for a face-to-face to get some answers and set a reliable expectation for your vehicle's complete date.
I am sorry to hear about this long delay. You should hound them on a daily basis for progress updates on when they are getting the various parts. Good luck.
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I suggest you ask your auto insurance company to intervene. They will have more clout with the body shop than you will. Good Luck
If your carrier is providing you with a rental car they are economically motivated to help you.
Ask them to intervene and have the car removed to an Acura dealer certified in all electronic components.
I would yank it out of that garage ASAP.
Also, get your insurer involved as some others have said.
If it's taking this long and you are thinking it stinks, you are probably right that it's not a good situation!
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