Honda Accord owners have reported 198 problems related to air bag light on (under the air bag category).
The side airbag light has been coming on and staying on. There has been no explanation or reason and no collision.
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Air bag light came on and stayed on. When local Honda dealer checked it out was told that there was an internal failure of the srs control unit. Was told it needed to be replaced. When asked what caused it, was told that if the car was not in an accident they didn't know. The car had not been in an accident. Am planning to have it replaced but with the recalls of this part in older models, felt as if I needed to report this defect in case it turned out to be a problem in other models of this car. Dealer was notified.
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Air bag light came on intermittently, then stayed on. When to Honda dealer in yorba linda, CA. Dealer tested srs system, no errors on diagnostic code. Only thing dealer said was to return and leave car for several days, that they had no idea what is causing this. Dealer also said would be at my expense if they found anything wrong and for time to investigate. I have not returned.
Nothing happened. During the past few months, the airbag (red light) indicator light comes on the dashboard warning system and will not go off. This is intermittent, but certainly a cause for concern based on the recent recalls. Who will fix this for me?.
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No incident at this time. But airbag light stays lit and on dashboard the seatbelt lights up and the off lights, keeps blinking on dashboard and above hazard button. Are there any other complaints?.
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Airbag light on.
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Airbag passenger light kept staying on longer and longer, eventually turns off. At 114,xx light stayed on then soon after airbag light indicator on dash was illuminated. There are no accidents on the vehicle. No repairs or modifications to affect system. I took the vehicle to dealer since it was out of warranty by 3 months. I did tell them about the intermittent issues but assumed all was well. They did a diagnostic that took well over 4 hours to isolate the possible issue. Dealer's response; after pin testing fuse box found bad pss fuse/ relay box. Was told to sign a waiver to drive my own vehicle out the lot. The entire airbag system is down and will not work until repaired. I was in shock to know that if I had an accident my family and I could be in grave danger, they said they have no idea how long it could of not been working. I called Honda America to complain case# n012014-10-0900059. They said the car is too old and out of warranty for them to cover the repair. I have since parked the car and have'nt driven it since. This is our 7th Honda and never would expect this type of service or reliability on this vehicle.
As I was driving to work the car started slipping, then as I arrived to my destination the car wouldn't go into gear at all. The car was overheating, as I called for service after work I tried starting the car again and it did go into gear. I drove it to the place for service but having to stop and let car cool down a couple times on the way there. They told me it's the trasmission and will need a new one, or have it repaired. Now I'm aware of many 2003 Accords with the same problem, there should be a recall on this! I've owned 4 Honda cars and all from brand new vehicles and never a problem like this before. I have had this problem one other time of not going into gear, but it came out of it after it was cooled and sitting for a few hours, so never had that problem again until now. We don't drive this car very much as I work from my home, so it didn't go out until now. I'm told we must drive it little, which is true, and not hard on our vehicles at all, beacuse this would have happened much earlier if we had. Also the air bag lights come on randomly with no reason, we had it tested and they said it was fine, humidity? that's another one to be recalled! Honda, you need to help us and recall the faults that you know are an issue if you want us to continue buying your vehicles! a used to be loyal Honda owner for all my life.
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The srs indicator stays on permanent and the brakes have to change again after only 6 months. Called Honda headquarters and was told that there was a recall for srs in 2011 but my VIN number was not on the recall list and the my vechicle is out of warranty. I bought my car as a used car at herb chambers in 2010 and the According to them the car was already out of warranty. I need them to call the dealership and have me take the car in for diagnostic and have the issue fixed without me absorbing the cost.
My vehicle's airbag light has been coming on and off since July 2014. Until recently (end of November 2014), I had no idea about the manufacturer's recall. In today's world, businesses are not even trying to be responsible towards their customers and try to charge for airbag light checking or replacement. To prove it, even during the major national recall for Honda airbag, the Honda dealer: columbus, germain Honda of dublin 6715 sawmill rd dublin, OH 43017 united states declines service. They initially denied service saying that there is no recall open for my vehicle by the VIN number, then she said that it was already taken care of sometimes in 2004. We have owned the car since 2005 and we never had it repaired for this problem. I want to prevent an accident and not look for trouble, but it is difficult to be proactive when the dealers want to charge you even when there is a well-known nationwide recall for the very problem you are reporting. Please help with making it easier for customers to have their cars repaired without having to fight for it or convince the dealers that it is their responsibility. Thank you!.
Tl-the contact owns a 2008 Honda Accord. The contact had a safety concern the airbag and seat belt warning indicators were illuminated. The problem occurred numerous of time. The vehicle was taken to a dealer and the mechanic diagnosed the srs unit air bag was inoperable would not deploy in a crash. The seat belt could be repair under the manufacturer safety warranty. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified about the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 80,000. Lb.
Air bag failure indicator came on. Took vehicle to dealer and was advised that air bag needed to be replaced as it had failed.
The contact owns a 2001 Honda Accord. While driving at an unknown speed, all of the indicators illuminated on the instrument panel. Also, the vehicle would decelerate independently. The vehicle was not taken to a dealer and was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified. The failure mileage was 170,000. Updated 08/11/lj the consumer stated the alternator, spark plugs, rotor cap starter and battery were replaced. Even though, the there was a recall on the air bag, the light continued to illuminate. Updated 08/14/14.
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The contact owns a 2002 Honda Accord. The contact stated the air bag warning indicator was illuminated. The contact was made aware of NHTSA campaign id number 11v260000 (air bag) however, the VIN was not included on the recall. The manufacturer was made aware of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 92,000. Updated 08/19/lj.
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I bought the car new with very low mileage (maybe 200 miles). From the time I bought it or very shortly afterwards, the red air bag light was lit on the dashboard. I thought it was normal because it was a brand new car. Then I started focusing on it and noticed that sometimes it wasn't on but most of the time it was. I inquired about it when I took it in for the 5,000 mile oil change and was told there was faulty wiring and the air bag unit needed to be replaced.
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Tl-the contact owns a 2003 Honda Accord. The contact stated that the air bag light illuminated. The failure recurred intermittently. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic for diagnostic testing and the contact was informed that air bag needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign id number: 14v351000 (air bags) and stated that the parts needed for the repairs was unavailable. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 85,000. Mf.
Srs indicator on the instrument panel goes on and off intermittently.
Summary: there was a premature failure of the srs module in my 2008 Honda Accord which, According to a local Honda representative, renders the airbags useless in a crash or can cause premature deployment. The airbag light was on as well as the engine light which the dealership mentioned they were both related. Charging a diagnostics fee when I had already performed the diagnostics through work and associated partnerships (fleet management provider and maintenance vendors). I had to pay out of pocket close to $640 for parts and labor. Seems silly as this was a safety related service. My engine light was on about 4 months ago and they said the light was on due to my cadallic convertor, so they replaced and now the engine light is back on and this is due to airbag issue.
When the vehicle is started the airbag light in the dash doesn't always go out. This is intermittent, occurs more often on rainy days, and when serviced mechanic said it was probably the sensor, but when put on diagnostic machine, said nothing was wrong. Now there's a recall but only in humid states(?). What on earth is rain but high humidity? additionally I bought all of my Hondas (3) used so I don't know if they were originally sold in a "known humid state".
My air bag light stays on. My passenger airbag light that says "off" is always illuminated. Recently, my "side air bag light" stays on for about a minute after my car is on. It did not do this before.
My air bag light came on then went off and kept doing that for quite a while. I purchased the car new in connecticut in 2000, but now live in north carolina. I brought the car to Honda in myrtle beach, south carolina but the light was not on and they said they could not find out why the air bag light came on. My oil light also comes ononce in a while then goes off. They checked that too (charged me over $60. 00) and sent me on my way. How can I find out what's really going on?.
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I was driving my car and my transmission started slipping. I keep up with all of the scheduled maintenance for this car. I got the transmission rebuilt and now less then 3 months later the car is starting to jerk again and the drive light on the dash is starting to blink. I also have this error code that won't go away saying there is something wrong with the fuel tank. I got the gas knob changed and the error goes away but when you hook the computer up to it, the code still comes up. The air bag light also comes on and off when it wants to.
I viewed NHTSA id number: 10653526 involving the red airbag indicator light that comes on and won't go off. Mine has been doing this intermittently for at least a year that I can recall. It is now on almost all the time. When calling a local dealer about it, they said that they would have to charge me to look at the problem and would be responsible for any work that would need to be done to fix it.
Airbag light would come on after car warms up intermittantly, and stays on permanently on colder days it takes longer to turn on but eventually it will.
I went into a Honda dealer for the air bag recall, twice. My airbag light however keeps lighting up. I believe that there is another issue going on that has not been addressed. In addition, the paint coating on the car is coming off, fading, and all with significant damage to the overall quality of the car. I see paint coming off from similar vehicles in my area. I believe that both the air bags and paint should be addressed.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Air Bag problems||
|Air Bag Not Deploy problems||
|Front Air Bag Sensor Control problems||
|Side/window Air Bag problems||
|Air Bag Light On problems||
|Front Air Bag problems||
|Warning Light On problems||
|Front Driver Side Air Bag Inflator problems||
|Air Bag On-off Switch problems||
|Alleged Counterfeit Air Bag problems||