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Are there any problems with the Honda Accord?

Are there any problems with the Honda Accord?

Each iteration of the Accord seems to have something new go wrong. If your Honda Accord is giving you serious problems and sending you to the mechanic’s shop over and over again, don’t worry. It’s not you, it’s the vehicle. From brake problems to engine and transmission problems, this car can be quite a headache to own.

Are there any recalls on 2003 Honda Accord?

The 2003 and 2005 model Accords each have had 20 recalls apiece, and other model years are not far behind. Recalls include airbag problems, seat belt problems, light problems, transmission problems and more. Luckily, if a part of your vehicle has been recalled, the work will be done for free.

Why is my Honda Accord not shifting properly?

Start the engine and shift the Accord into “drive.” If the Accord won’t shift properly, it is most likely due to a faulty shift linkage. While this is uncommon, it can happen on Accords with over 100,000 miles. This is due to the bushings and the linkage itself wearing out from extended use.

What to do if your Honda Accord is having transmission problems?

The automatic transmissions are typically more prone to failure than standard or five-speed version’s of the Accord. Even so, before you take the car to a shop or have anything fixed, it’s best to know what the potential problems could be. Start the engine and shift the Accord into “drive.”

Why is my Honda Accord stuck in Park?

This car is a Honda accord. There are few reasons for car to be stuck in park . Few explanations are that the shift lock is worn damage or broken. The connection to the break release which is next to break petal like a plunger switch (shift lock solenoid) is not working or damage.

Why does my Honda Accord key not turn?

The ignition switch on my 2004 Honda Accord developed a problem. The key simply woul not turn in the ignition! I was finally able to get it to turn one day after I jammed one of the keys in to the ignition to get it to turn. But unfortunately, after that, the key would not turn in the ignition!

What to do if your Honda Civic key wont turn?

The easiest and most economical option is to simply replace the lock cylinder. This is the same assemble for the Honda Accord, Element, Civic, CrossTour, Fit, Insight, and Odyssey. Here is the link for the lock cylinder and 2 replacement keys to go with it: And if you just need a new set of key blanks, these are the ones you need:

How do you get ignition cylinder out of Honda?

I had to drill out this pin to get the ignition cylinder out. Choose a small drill bit, small enough to fit into the center of the dowel pin. Drill into the pin (it has a hollow core), then it will adhere to the drill bit, and you can pull it out.

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