Four problems related to power steering fluid have been reported for the 2005 Honda Accord.
Tl-the contact owns a 2005 Honda Accord. The contact stated that the vehicle was leaking fluid from underneath. The failure recurred multiple times. The contact mentioned that it was discovered that the fluid was leaking from the power steering hose and placed a clamp on the hose. The vehicle was not repaired. The contact also stated that the seat belt warning indicator illuminated when to seat belt was attached, and the brake pedal was depressed but the seat belt failed to retract. The failure recurred multiple times. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 180,000. Mf.
Honda Accord 2005 2. 4liter vtec 4dr/lx power steering fluid hose feed is leaking and Honda wouldn't cover repairs. The power steering fluid hose feed is leaking because of cracks on the line. I have been adding fluid to the power steering reservoir for three months twice a month. Last week I took the car to the dealership where the car was purchase in 2005 for regular maintenance and they saw the problem and diagnose. They indicated that the problem is part of the recall from Honda last year. After running my car VIN it came up that my car VIN is not part of the recall VIN list. I ask them why it is not part of the list. Since my car was purchase in 2005 brand new and is part of the model year between 2003 to 2007. They say I should call Honda and ask them about the car. So today 3/13/2013 I call Honda and they indicated that my car VIN is not part of the recall list as well. Even though it is experiencing the problem from the October 2012 recall. They said it can't be cover. I will have to paid out of pocket. The dealership is charging about 500 to 600 for labor and parts to replace the bad power steering hose. I am writing to report this problem about my vehicle VIN not been on the recall list. Please help. Concern 2005 Honda Accord 2. 4 liter vtec single owner.
Tl - the contact owns a 2005 Honda Accord. The contact stated that he could hear a rattling noise coming from the steering column. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who diagnosed that the power steering pressure hose and the inlet hose were leaking. As a result, the power steering fluid, suction tube, o-ring and both hoses needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure who advised the contact that the vehicle was included in NHTSA campaign id number: 12v222000 (steering:hydraulic power assist:hose, piping, and connections) and offered to reimburse the contact for the hose that was included in the recall. The vehicle was repaired. The failure mileage was 81,309 and the current mileage was 85,000. Kmj.
Vehicle with extended warranty was purchased from Honda of pasadena on 7/22/05 (delivery done on 7/26/05). On 10/10/05 vehicle developed a mechanical problem. On 10/14/05 vehicle delivered to colonial Honda for diagnosis and repair. They identified the problem as intermittent power steering system failure w/ extremely low fluids, no leaks. They topped up fluids and indicated that the system should function normally. Their trained technician noticed (and pointed out) evidence some body work and repainting done to the front end of the vehicle. Honda of pas. Had never disclosed to me that the car had sustained any kind of damage or repairs prior to sale of the car to me. The car was sold as brand new, not 'as-is'. After my initial complaint, Honda of pas. Failed to produce records of damage/repairs prior to sale of the vehicle, they did not believe the damage/repair was significant. The problem continues to persist. On 10/31/05 vehicle back to colonial Honda for repair. Service manager at colonial indicated that they would not repair it under warranty since they believed the problem was caused by collision damage. I would have to pay $90. 00 to have diagnosis. At that time no repair was done. Honda of pas. And american Honda both declined to do anything about the vehicle. A) if the vehicle was indeed damaged in a collision, then that would void several parts of the factory warranty and extended warranty that they sold to me for $1350 (sales fraud & misrepresentation). Potentially there could be additional safety-related problems with the vehicle that are (still) dormant at this stage b) if Honda of pas. Is telling the truth, then this power steering failure is a defect that needs to be addressed: however colonial refuses to fix the problem under warranty. I want to know 1) if the driveability of the vehicle was compromised 2) if I'm putting myself at risk by driving the vehicle 3) if the factory warranty and additional extended warranty that I purchased are valid.