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  4. '17 Civic hatchback randomly lost all sound on the right side. Checked the sound settings and everything is normal... What the hell?? any ideas?
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  6. Aocasio

    Electrical problem

    Broken flywheel was the problem.
  7. I am selling my girlfriends 1996 Honda Civic Del Sol si sportscar. This is a rare car in this condition and only with 100K miles former one owner car ALL STOCK and babied all her life. I know that people in the drifting community are hell bent for these cars. This one had never been abused, always garaged, drives like new. Removable top and electric roll down rear window makes this car like a convertible on sunny days ... great gas mileage and tight steering. This is a single female owner car its entire life. Always serviced and maintained 100%.... etc.Model: 1996 Honda Del Sol siEngine: 1.6 L 4-cylinderHorsepower: 127 hpMPG: 33 city / 38 highwayCurb weight: 2,414 lbsFuel tank capacity: 11.9 galTransmission: 5-speed manual Here's a link to all the info: https://www.google.com/search?sxsrf=ACYBGNST3-v6Boe-1f6258340AgjEljX3w%3A1572476550411&ei=hha6XcbbGOKzggfiqI6IDA&q=1996+honda+civic+del+sol+si+specs&oq=1996+honda+civic+del+sol+si+specs&gs_l=psy-ab.3..33i299.5549.6403..6786...0.2..0.76.217.3......0....1..gws-wiz.......0i71j35i304i39.t9GzkkL7jPE&ved=0ahUKEwjGttHRi8XlAhXimeAKHWKUA8EQ4dUDCAs&uact=5Chk out the pictures and if you are a serious buyer,, email me. NO LOW BALLERS please !!! Thanks, George Artistspot@gmail.com
  8. Aocasio

    Electrical problem

    Radio silence. That's an answer in itself... I'll come back if I need to learn where a fuse is. SMH.
  9. 02 Accord with 4cyl auto and 200000miles. Having an odd problem where my starter relay wire is reading battery voltage until key is turned to start, then readsnothing. Opposite of what you'd expect. New starter started to grind against the flywheel as if the engine is already running about a week ago. I assumed new one had gone bad and replaced it, same thing. Towed it home, battery was bad, replaced. Same thing. Started going around with the multimeter and found the aforementioned problem of battery voltage at starter relay wire when key was in on position. Serviced all grounds under the hood. Built new battery cables, checked all fuses. Checked continuity of ignition switch, all good. Anyone have an idea what the problem is? I'm an experienced mechanic and I'm baffled. Talked to 3 guys at the local Honda dealership and they were stumped (and didn't seem too bright, anyway). I'm at a loss. Bout to rip up the carpet and trace every wire. Any help would be appreciated!
  10. My parts are always sold at https://offerup.co/profile/jerrypiercejr
  11. How do I make 25 posts on this forum? I know nothing about the cars I am just trying to sell one that I bought and my son record.

  12. tedog

    air bleed bolt

    Changing antifreeze in 08 accord v6. Where is the air bleed bolt to let air escape while filling radiator? Thanks all.
  13. Hey guys I need some help, my accord was running fine with no codes or problems, when I park at work I left the lights on and it discharged the battery. I get it charged and try to start the car and it struggles and when it finally starts is running rough, won’t go over 15mph. And is now throwing about 10 codes most related to “circuit low/high”. Can’t figure it out
  14. Hey guys, i have a 2001 Em2 sedan and i want to know does anyone know if there is a way to wire the low beams to stay on when you flip the high beams on. I cannot find anything out there on how to do it.
  15. parajeeper

    Fender liners

    Anyone know where I could buy inner fender liners for a 93? Is there a liner that can be modded to fit? Thank you for your help!
  16. i am Rhode Island native who had bought a Brand new 2017 Honda Accord with the 19" sport rims package from Saccucci Honda of Middletown, Rhode Island. The vehicle currently only has 28,000 miles on it, never been in an accident or anything along those lines(still under all factory warranties). I have ran into an issue with the wheels making a rubbing metal noise. Just to give you an idea, it is very similar to if you were to need new wheel bearings. Upon hearing the noise, I brought it into my dealer where I purchased it and they had never heard of the issue before. As any professional mechanic would do, they first checked to see if everything was mechanically sound. Because they had never heard of this issue before, they let me drive a different vehicle with the same options, them and I noticed that the issue was happening with this vehicle as well. On record I have over 8 different documented appointments all associated with this issue. They tried only a few things, such as resealing the rims, changing the weights on the inside of the tire, and even something as simple as inflating and deflating the tires. Finally, they switched out the current tires which were Continental and replaced them with Michelin. This seemed to erase the issue for a couple of months, but here I am again with the same exact issue. The dealer is denying responsibility for the issue and making me contact Honda directly. Honda is also giving me backlash because they claim that this may not be covered under warranty. The only thing that my dealer is offering is an unknown discount on a new set of rims. They are making the consumer, who purchased the vehicle brand new to sattle up more cash to fix an issue that should be handled internally. I personally believe that this is a design issue that should be handle by corporate not by a consumer who just wants a vehicle with years and years of life left to do what its supposed to. I am confident that if more Accord owners were made aware of this issue, that they would hear it to. I recently filed a claim with Honda Customer Relations and they denied my claim stating it is a “characteristic” of the vehicle and that I had every opportunity to hear the noise before I purchased the vehicle(a problem that didn’t exist?). So basically they told me it was my fault that I bought a vehicle with a noise that was not to my liking. I would advise everyone not to buy this vehicle with this rim package. It is an unfixable solution that no one is taking responsibility for, they are allowing customers to spend 30k and be blinded buy an issue that is unfixable unless the consumer spends thousands on a different set of rims/tires.
  17. Hi guys, I'm a new member here. I want to buy a car via https://incacar.com/used/cars/honda/accord/2017-Honda-Accord-628814/ but I´m a bit worried about that, just if they are reliable. Is there someone who knows them, or bought a car from them? What do you think about that? Thanks for answers.
  18. Why Does Everyone Recommend Honda and Toyota? If you're interested in buying a used car and you've solicited advice from your friends, you've probably received many recommendations for Honda and Toyota models. Why are Honda and Toyota vehicles held in such high esteem by used-car shoppers? Should you really consider them over rivals? We have the answers. Find a used Honda for sale near you Why Honda and Toyota? People recommend Honda and Toyota models for their perceived reliability advantages over rivals. Honda and Toyota vehicles often score well in studies carried out by J.D. Power and Consumer Reports, suggesting they are highly reliable. This makes a Honda or Toyota model a good choice for a used car, since these models usually have a lot of life left in them, even if they've already covered 100,000 miles or more. Drivers also recommend Honda and Toyota models for their familiarity. Many car owners are highly familiar with them. As Honda and Toyota reliability gained popularity throughout the 1970s and 1980s, some shoppers defected from domestic brands and chose Hondas or Toyotas instead. Many of those shoppers are still satisfied Honda and Toyota customers years later, which makes them prone to recommend Honda and Toyota models to friends or family. Find a used Toyota for sale near you Are They Really Better? Unfortunately, the excellent reliability benefits of Honda and Toyota models have made their cars more expensive than most rivals on the used market. Are they really worth the extra cost? To us, the answer is yes and no. Yes, it's true almost all Honda and Toyota models are highly reliable تیرآهن 14 . In order to have a reliable car, your only option used to be buying a Honda or a Toyota, but that's no longer the case. Today, many shoppers can find similar reliability from other Japanese brands (such as Nissan, Mazda and Subaru), Korean brands (such as Hyundai and Kia) and domestic brands (including Ford, Chrysler and Chevrolet). Honda and Toyota models are still great choices for shoppers interested in a used car, but they shouldn't be the only choice. Our Take Although we often recommend Honda and Toyota models to people interested in buying a used car, we don't stop there. Armed with the knowledge that many of today's most reliable used cars come from a wide variety of brands, we also recommend everything from Ford and Mazda to Chevrolet and Hyundai. While we're impressed with Honda and Toyota reliability, we don't think shoppers interested in a dependable used car need to limit themselves to those two brands. Generally the Honda Civic is a very reliable car if maintained properly. تیرآهن 22 If you buy new, it should be a car you can drive for many years, with proper maintenance. But if you buy used, like any car, you don’t know the history, so you could end up with a lemon. Like any other used car, have your mechanic do an inspection before purchase. Is it the most reliable is hard to say. It’s near the top, but Toyota’s also make very good cars. I don’t think you can wrong with well maintained Honda Civic. We’ve had several in our family and they were always reliable, good cars. Good luck! I bought a brand new 2019 Honda Civic Hatchback Sport in February 2019. I drove a lot of miles which, is at about 30k right now. I noticed the rear floor lining is popping out under the rear right seat. The rear floor lining isn’t sitting flush against the bottom board of the car. So, because it isn’t laid flat there’s a gap. When the carpet gets stepped on, the hole that’s holding the lining underneath the plastic is stretching out causing the lining to pop out. Because the lining is underneath the front seats and the seat railing is bolted on top of the lining, it can’t be repositioned to get rid of the gap, unless all the front seats and railings get removed.
  19. My mother has a 2003 CRV that no longer makes the sound when you leave the headlights on after turning the car off. It's the reminder noise in case you leave the lights on. Does anyone know the part number or have a link(rockauto?)to where it can be ordered. The dealer ship says it cost $600 to fix which has to be a joke. I assume it's the main handle or a relay. Thank you Andrew
  20. Drivers attempting to choose the right Honda Accord for their lifestyle often end up asking the same question: which is the best Honda Accord model? Well, Ray Price Honda wants to help you solve this riddle, so the coming sections will be taking a dive into the features offered by each individual trim. Along with learning about the types of Honda Accord models you can select from, it's also a good idea to get behind the wheel around East Stroudsburg, Bethlehem, Stroudsburg, Jim Thorpe, and Easton to see how the sedan handles! Honda Accord LX Honda Accord Trim LevelsFirst up in comparing Accord models, we have the Honda Accord LX, the standard trim level that comes complete with a number of key features to boost overall value. For example, the Honda Sensing® system is a key addition that includes favorable safety technology, such as: Collision Mitigation Braking System™ Road Departure تیرآهن 16 Mitigation System Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow Lane Keeping Assist System Traffic Sign Recognition System In addition to that, you'll find a dual-zone automatic climate control system that effortlessly alters the feel of your cabin. Honda Accord Hybrid Next up is the Hybrid trim level, which is notable for its hybrid engine that significantly improves efficiency for those daily commuters, road trippers, and anyone else with an eco-friendly mindset. The hybrid in-line 4-cylinder is able to generate 181 horsepower, 232 lb-ft of torque, and receives a sterling EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 48 city MPG/48 highway MPG.1 Honda Accord Sport Honda Accord Trims Hoping to boost the technology inside the cabin and achieve a more sporty appearance? If so, the Sport trim level is a go-to choice. Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration systems are introduced in this trim, giving you the ability to pair your smartphone with the car before accessing applications, music, navigation, and much more. As for appearance, the 19-inch alloy wheels are a head-turner. Honda Accord EX The Honda Accord EX trim level is a savvy choice if you want to up the luxury of your sedan. For example, there's the One-Touch Power Moonroof, which gives the cabin a much more spacious feel and is particularly alluring on clear summer nights. If you happen to be traveling around in تیرآهن 18 winter, then you'll appreciate the heated front seats. Honda Accord EX-L The EX-L trim level is a model that further enhances the interior comfort inside of the Accord by providing more convenience features. Honda Accord Interior For example, the driver's seat memory will adjust to your preferred position each time you enter. There's also the leather-trimmed interior for a touch of class and the 450-Watt premium audio system, ideal for podcasts and playlists alike. Honda Accord Touring The delightful Honda Accord Touring is the fully loaded option for this sedan and doesn't disappoint, offering most of anything you could ask for. The ventilated front seats make it easier to tackle the ever-changing elements; the wireless phone charger is a bit of cutting-edge technology; and mobile hotspot capability makes staying connected to the world a piece of cake. So, Which is the Best Honda Accord Model? Well, the right Honda Accord trim level comes down to your personal preference and particular needs around East Stroudsburg, Bethlehem, Stroudsburg, Jim Thorpe, and Easton. So, test drive the trim that grabs your attention by contacting Ray Price Honda! 1 Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery-pack/condition and other factors.
  21. You I did a front end swap from my 97 civic to a 97 Acura EL. Wired it up and all blinkers work and my daytime running lights work. But my nighttime running lights and highbeams don’t work on the passenger side. Driver side light works fine.
  22. Flite

    TIMING BELTS ON V-6

    When did Honda stop using timing belts on their V-6 engines?
  23. I'm new to the forum and I just purchased a 2009 Honda Accord with a 3.5L V-6 and a six speed automatic. I was just wondering how reliable they are. I bought it with 87,000 miles, and it was sold through a Honda Dealer. They went through it and put on new tires, brakes, oil change, Honda battery (I don't know how many months they last), New wheel bearing, New upper control arm, and it looks like it has a new exhaust system. They car is in excellent shape, no dents, dings, scratches etc. It also had a new timing belt in 2017. Thanks for your help.
  24. no power to fuel pump. changed relay switch. changed fuel pump. wipers come-on when i turn on ignition.
  25. i'm not getting power to my fuel pump. when i turn on the ignition my wipers turn on so i'm wondering if there is a connection . all fuses are good. this problem began slowly. i'm doing some body work and i'd pull it out of the garage to work on it and it began to start very hard but eventually would start but eventually it refused to start. so i replaced the relay switch and fuel pump which needed to be done anyway so no big deal. so i checked the power to the pump and no power. is this an ECU issue? thanks!
  26. So I went to change my brake pads on my 2011 CRV, and stupidly pushed the brake pedal when the calipers were off the rotor. I overextended the pistons. I struggled to get one of them in, but then it did, and started leaking brake fluid. The other one, I can't get in. Any thoughts whether I need to replace the calipers, get a rebuild kit, or if they'll be fine??? I see on other forums that calipers are cheap. Well they aren't here. $333 a piece. Thanks in advance.
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