This is an interference engine. I have to tap the brake lightly a couple of times or let the car coast down without giving it any gas it kind of releases whatever is holding the car from accelerating and releases the mph needle. In one case the Honda manufacturer agreed to share the repair cost. The car has 137 K miles. State farm gave me the replacement value for the vehicle, but it wasn't enough to purchase a car of equal value. While driving 32 mph, the engine misfired and then stalled. My gas mileage is lower which confirms that something is happening.
The failure mileage was unknown. Upon deployment of the passenger side frontal air bag, excessive internal pressure may cause the inflator to rupture. I also recommend you replace the water pump at the same time as the belt to save on labor costs … later on. On pre-2003 Honda Accords all engines used a cam belt. This is dangerous from driving safety point of view. Prolonged under-hood and power steering fluid temperatures may cause the power steering hose to deteriorate prematurely, resulting in cracks and power steering fluid leakage. I finally went to a special mechanic who finally did some research and figured out that this was a known issue by Honda and have not yet done a recall for the issue.
Virgin Islands, Saipan, Guam, and American Samoa are addressed by this recall. It is critical to replace the belt. Black slime created in dryer destroyed all components. Further, its powertrain delivers both good acceleration and respectable fuel economy. Use for comparison purposes only.
Do you own a Honda Accord? Honda will notify owners, and dealers will replace the driver frontal air bag inflator, free of charge. Rotors warped within 2000 miles of hard city freeway driving. A friends 2004 Accord had the identical problem - in Tennessee. Use for comparison purposes only. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic and the throttle body was replaced twice; however, the failure recurred.
It turned out that the switch for the windows was bad, and the windows wouldn't always go up and down. Note: Vehicles that have had their driver frontal air bag replaced previously as part of a recall remedy prior to September 12, 2014 need to have their air bag replaced under this recall as well. Technician: Power steering hose broke hard and old leaking fluid everywhere causing cerpintine belt come off. Not unexpected for 360,000km of wear and tear. The check engine light will sometimes go on for a day or two and then turn off. Even more impressive, the Hybrid delivers improved performance as well, thanks to its hybrid gas-electric powertrain. Take it to a professional.
This issue is transmission power is not working as expected and it jerks while changing gear or speed. Honda will notify owners of these vehicles beginning on October 26, 2012, and will notify these owners again when parts are available so those vehicles can be brought to dealers for applications of the free remedy. See Owner's Manual for details. The driver had to apply extra pressure to the brake pedal to prevent the vehicle from accelerating. Affiliates Amazon - Ehost Website Builder - Disclaimer: Each video that is produced and published is intended to be educational. Also replace the water pump at the same time as the belt. Each engine I replaced it with had between 50K-80K miles on it and the spark plugs, wires, oil filter and oil was replaced every time.
However, the shifter became stuck and could not be switched out of the park position. This is a serious safety issue on highways. The radio would turn on even when the car was not on and nobody was inside. Also replace the water pump at the same time as they usually last about the same amount of time and this will save you future labor costs. Honda's recall numbers for the additional vehicles are S59 Inspection and S60 Remedy.
This is an issue with transmission power. Honda owners may contact customer service at 1-888-234-2138. I called and filed a complaint with the website since January 2017 and have not heard anything back. Note: This recall supersedes safety recall 14V-353, with the exception of vehicles originally sold, or ever registered, in California. Had this problem since purchase. Mechanic noticed leaks and determine it needed a transmission overhaul. The charge to repair this at Honda was very expensive.
The Honda Accord was still under warranty. Acura's number for this recall is U40. The dealer was not contacted. The noise resolved by the time we went to the dealer, but they judged that the rear brakes needed replacing. The outcome of your car repair is solely your responsibility. The car always veers to the right.