Was on innermost lane, had to cross 3 interstate right lanes during commuting hour with no acceleration was like driving in neutral. Able to get to next exit. If that isn't enough, a new Factory Performance Package has been developed for the V6 Coupe. At the base of the hill, stopped. After driving a few miles in city traffic these problems would get really bad and finally the car would not move at all, even when the car was on and in drive.
Honda redesigned and re-engineered the Accord last year, and the results are dazzling. A drop down menu will appear. I feel this situation was handled very poorly by Honda and that, based on all the consumers who have had similar experiences with their V6 Accord transmission, it is clear that the recall was not broad enough in terms of the specific transmission problem it addressed. The failure mileage was 29,764 and the current mileage was 94,200. Mileage inconsistency, stolen entries or an excessive amount of previous owners are facts that change the value of your car significantly, whether you know about it or not. Therewith, they are able to protect themselves against used vehicle fraud and especially against mileage inconsistencies. The dealer informed the contact that the vehicle had not been included in the recall.
There was a recall for transmission issues with this car year model that included cars manufactured to January 8, 2004. I then turned around and went home with hazards blinking. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where the contact was told the transmission would need to be replaced. Honda service repair had to replace all automatic transmission parts. The contact stated that four years after the failure while driving approximately 30 mph, the vehicle became un responsive to the contacts attempts to accelerate. A gorgeous coupe is available, featuring sporty styling that's unique from the sedan. So how do you find out what problems are occurring? Waiting to here from the salem nh Honda dealership to see what the remedy will be replace the transmission with a rebuilt one is my guess.
The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where they were unable to diagnose the failure. There was no indication on the dash that there was a problem and this happened very suddenly. Seems they profit from not correcting the problem if they require them to repair and charge more than any private shop. During the entire trip back, the transmission constantly slipped gears at almost every speed. The car has been well taken care of and has had all of its scheduled maintenance and inspections with records. There are several types of records included in the report including: The mileage of a vehicle is crucial for it's value.
The exact text will differ depending on the actual application you have running. Knowing something was wrong I took my foot off the gas. Doesn't seem to be related to speed or length of time driven. I bought a Honda because they are supposed to be safe. I was scared I was going to get hit by the car in the other lane.
There is a loud whining noise coming from the front of the car while accelerating, that didn't exist before. Mileage rollback is one of the most occurring types of fraud in the selling process of used cars. I informed them of the recall on all 2003 Accord V6's and select 2004 Accord V6S. The stereo backlight problem has been an issue ever since these Accords were only a few years old. The 2004 Honda Accord is arguably the best midsize car sold in America today.
Have looked at other options but have done nothing yet. The vehicle was not repaired. Fortunately, there was no one behind me or they would have smashed into my car. Vehicles regularly get tested for roadworthiness. Consequences are towing to shop and expensive repairs which are being made now. Then about 10 minutes into driving at about 40 mph the transmission dropped to a lower gear and the car abruptly dropped to about 10 mph.
I almost lost control of the car. I have contacted Honda and they said it is not a recall issue, although I have found literally hundreds of the same complaint online. We complained to american Honda and asked them to make this good. Honda said I had to bring it in to their shop and they had to do any repairs. Consumers do, however, have options to detect mileage fraud. If my wife was driving things might have been different. The Accord is also available with a powerful V6 engine, which adds another level of sports appeal.