Honda Accord owners have reported 243 problems related to air bag light on (under the air bag category).
The air bags light came on two weeks ago and goes away and returns specially after driving the vehicle in a full day of driving the light comes up and will not go away. I took vehicle to the Honda dealer where I purchased it and was advised that the computer for the airbags is dying down and needs to be replaced but Honda will not fix problem. I was also advised that if vehicle is involved in a front end accident the air bags will not work. I advised them that this is a safety issue and Honda should replace at no cost but the representative just said if you want it fixed you will need to pay $ 541. 00 and turned around and requested for my car to be returned back to me. I am really disappointed at Honda and its personnel because they just don't care about the public like they say in there tv commercials.
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Takata recall this is my college student daughter's car and we are very concerned. Her airbag light is on and we recently read there was an airbag recall on this model that can lead to serious injury or death!!!. When we called curry Honda, sierra said her VIN number was not in the recall. I want clarification on this ASAP. Are all 2003 Hondas in danger? since her VIN couldn't be "located" on the recall list, we want Honda to pay for a diagnosis since her car fall in this category. She has an automatic (not a stick shift) 2003 Honda coupe.
The contact owns a 2002 Honda Accord. While the vehicle was stationary, the air bag light illuminated. The vehicle was not diagnosed nor repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the issue. The failure mileage was 86,000.
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Takata recall upon completion of the takata airbag recall the vehicle is continually having problems with the airbag light being displayed on the instrument panel. The passenger and driver side is affected. The passenger side airbag off indicator no longer illuminates when the seat is not occupied as well. Prior to the recall there were no problems with the airbag lights for driver or passenger. The above issue is noted when the vehicle is in motion and stationary with the engine on.
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Air bag light comes on, won't go off. This has been going on since April 2016. Light comes on when car is started, and stays on while driving till car is turned off. I read this is an ongoing thing. Why isn't there a recall on this problem? the cost to have this fixed is half the value of what the car is worth.
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The contact owns a 2008 Honda Accord. The contact stated that the air bag warning indicator illuminated intermittently. The vehicle was not diagnosed nor repaired. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 16v056000 (air bags); however, the remedy was not yet available. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 97,000. VIN tool confirms parts not available. The VIN was not available.
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Takata recall: an indicator light on the dash periodically indicates a possible problem with the airbag system. I never know when it's going to light up and it does eventually turn off. My vehicle is not on a recall list for takata airbags, while I believe I have takata airbags. This happens rather in motion or stationary and seems to happen more often in warmer weather.
Honda dealer replaced an airbag and now my airbag light keeps coming on. Dealer says I now have to replace my srs system for $800. 00. I have spoken with american Honda and they have distanced themselves from the dealer. I have spoken to the gm of tampa Honda, michael spiegl and the service manager jeff king and they both say one has nothing to do with the other. I feel that I am a victim of deceptive trade practice by tampa Honda. I advised them that I am currently at risk driving the car and they referred me to their attorney grahm hill and said there is nothing for them to do. I will have my attorney write them a letter of disclosure this week. I would appreciate any assistance from the NHTSA. Thank you marc lovinger.
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May have to do with takata recall. As long as I've had the car (I bought it new) the airbag light has gone on and off intermittently. I've had all recall work done. The light persists in coming on intermittently. Every time my car is at the dealership for service I ask them to check this matter to see why that's happening, and every time they tell me it's not a problem and the airbags and the light are functioning as they're supposed to. I can't believe that's true. Something must be wrong for that to happen. I notice that they never make mention of having checked this out on the service order. This happens at any time, moving, stationary, any type of street or highway, turning, etc. It can happen at any time and under any conditions. It has always been to the same dealership for service. I'm really becoming concerned about the safety factor and if I would have a failure of the airbags to deploy when needed. About a year ago I was rear-ended--hard--and the airbags didn't deploy. I don't know if they should in a rear-end collision, but they didn't. I couldn't give a date as per your format because this has occurred from 2002 until the present, 2015, so the date I entered below is today's date. I also could not give a mileage because this has occurred from 0 miles to the 47,000 miles the car now has on it.
My Honda Accord had a recall for both drivers side and passenger side airbags. I called the Honda dealer closest to me to set up and appt. To get them replaced. Took my car into the ryan Honda dealership and they performed the work in a couple of hours. When I left the dealership, which was at the service department closing time, I noticed my seatbelt/airbag light was on, and would never go off (this light was not on before I had the parts replaced). I called the dealership to explain to them that the light came on after the airbags were replaced and will not go off. They told me that my seatbelt sensor was out and that had nothing to do with the airbags! well, my seatbelt sensor was not out before they did the work on my car. Now, I'm leary that the airbags were not installed properly or something because of the light being constantly on. I do appreciate Honda sending the airbag recall and footing the bill, but don't think it's fair to go into the dealership and something else gets messed up and I have to pay to get it repaired at my expense.
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Takata recall ,I got in contact with Honda corp about recall on airbags and Honda told me that my VIN number was not on the recall ,I told them that my air bag light was on and they told me to go have it fixed at my expense ,so I did not not take my car in for the recall and like a month after I contacted them ,my wife was hit in the front end of car and the passenger side air bag deployed and the accident was not not even a hard compact accident ,I'm glad no one was in the passenger side of the car in the accident ,its very sad to see see a company like Honda corp ,not take responsibility for there actions and put peoples life in danger.
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I bought a 2016 Honda Accord ex-l on 14 oct 2015. Exactly on 23 oct 2015, I saw the red indicator saying srs airbag problem.
Supplemental restraint system indicator was blinking on and off, now it stays on all the time. Dealer said that the srs computer was not communication with the resistant system and the first step is to change the srs computer. If that doesn't work, the next steps are to replace the airbag senors in the seat or any sensor in that supplemental restraint system. The initial cost to replace the srs computer is $746. 28. Dealer said this is a safety issue. Repair scheduled for 21-oct-2015. The problem started on 10-oct-2015.
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I received the recall notice in August 2015 for the airbags. After taking my vehicle in to the dealer to be repaired, when I picked it up and drove about 2 miles from the dealer the airbag light came on again. So I called the dealer on my way home and told the service tech that the light was on and he said to bring it back in the morning. When I got to the dealer, the light had went off. And they stated it had to be on before they could even look at it! so for the past 3 weeks I've been driving around with this light staying on, then going off for 10 minutes then coming back on. I don't think my vehicle was repaired. The light wasn't on when I took it in for the recall repair and now it's on? something's not right!.
With no impact or apparent reason the air bag light has come on. One Honda dealer told me that no air bags would deploy if in an accident and another Honda dealer told me that all the air bags would deploy in an accident. Both advised against fixing as very expensive to determine reason for light. I drive a lot and do not want to put myself or my family in danger. Please help.
Tl-the contact owns 2008 Honda Accord. The contact stated that the air bag warning indicator continued to illuminated. The vehicle was taken to a dealer for diagnostic testing. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 75,000. Mf.
Tl-the contact owns a 2004 Honda Accord. The contact stated that when the vehicle is started, the air bag warning indicator illuminated intermittently. The failure recurred on several occasions. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it could not be diagnosed. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 80,000. The VIN was not available. Sh.
Tl- the contact owns a 2008 Honda Accord. The contact stated that the vehicle's air bag warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and was diagnosed as an internal srs failure and the air bag needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The vehicle failure mileage was 129,853. Kh.
Tl- the contact owns a 2001 Honda Accord. The contact stated NHTSA campaign number: 15v320000 (air bags) had exceeded a reasonable amount of time for repair. The manufacturer stated the part was on a national back order. The vehicle was not repaired. The air bag light is constantly viable on the contacts instrumental panel. The failure mileage was 198,000. Az.
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2009 Honda Accord. Consumer writes in regards to airbag indicator light illuminated. The consumer stated the dealer did not offer a satisfying explanation.
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The contact owns a 2008 Honda Accord. While driving at 40 mph, the air bag and seat belt warning indicators illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and then to an independent mechanic where the technician stated that the software failed. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 120,000.
Tl-the contact owns a 2004 Honda Accord. The contact stated that the air bags light remained illuminated. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 15v370000 (air bags) and stated that the part needed for the recall repair were not available. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 117,000. Aw.
Our 2008 Honda Accord srs indicator is on which alerts a potential problem with the airbag or seat belt tensioners per owner's manual. We took the car to Honda dealer. It took them hours and charged us $157 but couldn't find the problem. They ended up suggesting either we replace srs unit $603+tax, and if problem still present then replace the gauge control module $555+tax. Hereby we're reporting this issue and hope Honda will recall the vehicle.
The date listed above should be 2/14/2001, when I first bought the car. When I was driving it home the airbag light up. I took the car bag and I'm not sure what was fixed. As the years passed by the light continued to light up. I took the car back to the service department several times. They never offered me another car or fixed the problem. As the years went on there was finally a recall issued. But to this day the light still comes on. I should have been compensated a defective car but I was never offered another car or a reduced price. I recently received a recall notice but your website does not list my VIN. Can I bring my car to the headquarters location in torrance for an inspection/fix the problem and I would like to be compensated for buying a new car that did not live up to Honda's standards from day 1 ( February 14, 2001).
The VIN number in questions has 2 recalls and we tried going to sloane Honda dealership 9903 bustleton Ave, philadelphia, PA 19115-2145 and the refused to complete the recall with always an excuse. Went times and had an appointment each time specifically for the recall and they finding some excuse. First they said that we are not the original owner(s) and my name did not appear on their system as the correct name for the vehicle even though we purchased it brand new from the same dealership back in 2004. The second time the stated that they finished the recall, however, the airbag light is still on and when I checked online as well as your website it is still listed as incomplete. The third and final time spoke to [xxx] (service manager) and made an appointment and he wouldn't even talk to me or honor the appointment. Then called Honda directly at 888-234-2138 for recall complaint and what to do about it and could never get anyone. Always busy or unavailable to take phone calls. Tried finding an email as contact info for Honda directly and there wasn't one. I do not know what else to do. The vehicle in question has a recall from the manufacturer and the dealership we originally bought it from refuses to fix the issue with always some sort of an excuse or lie to us stating that it was completed. The recall as of now is still incomplete. Please advise further. Sincerely, concerned vehicle owner information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6).
|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||
|Warning Light On problems||
|Front Air Bag problems||
|Front Driver Side Air Bag Inflator problems||
|Air Bag On-off Switch problems||
|Alleged Counterfeit Air Bag problems||