Honda Accord owners have reported 41 problems related to front suspension (under the suspension category).
Since the purchase iâ€™ve experienced continual transmission problems. Upon speaking with the dealership I was assured all was fine. You can imagine my surprise when I received notice of the transmission recall (NHTSA 04v176000). Upon repair, in September 2004, I did not notice repair improvement, and continued to detect the rough grind of transmission shift and a whining sound. In 2009 I experienced a catastrophic transmission failure to which I had sought repair. In December 2010 I experienced another transmission failure. I have just now experienced my 3rd transmission failure, July 2011. My power steering pump had always had a faint whine, but Honda services never identified it as concerning. The problem progressively became worse until Honda finally suggested a repair, but informed me that the component was then out of warranty and would be a costly repair. I decided to delay repair until June 2011. Ac problems manifested in September 2005 and required replacement in April 2008. My center council clock and temperature display has been flickering, dimmed, and absent since 2009. The interlock stuck issue first materialized in 2008 and serviced in July 2010. My airbag warning light has been active since 2008 with an occasional but repetitive tcs alert; and my headlamp glass has been hazed since 2005. The paint deterioration is ridiculously embarrassing, the leather seating began showing wear 2 years in, my seatbelt doesnâ€™t return to the original released position, head liner has water leak stains, cd player stopped working, exposed wiring is visible at the driver door hinge, iâ€™ve gone through 3 batteries, countless tires, one cracked windshield, and I have always suffer from poor radio reception and occasional navigational signal roaming issues. In these times of thrift conscious fuel consumption, I utilize my nav tools to monitor my driving activity. Iâ€™m stunned to report I get a fuel economy of 24 mpg highway, not the 31 mpg as sticker reports.
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The contact owns a 2011 Honda odyssey. The contact stated that when turning in either direction, the vehicle would exhibit an abnormal knocking noise from the front end. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who performed a diagnostic that located the failure at the front end passenger side axle. The dealer replaced the right front axle, but the failure was not corrected the vehicle continues to make the knocking noise while turning to left, or right. The manufacturer took a report n012010-01-0301268 they advised a field manager will contact him. The vehicle has not been repaired. The vehicle will be taken back to the dealer. The failure mileage was 100 and the current mileage 1,750.
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While not crashes or injuries have been related to the Honda vehicle I own, there are a number of engineering and manufacturing defects on the vehicle which are a cause of serious safety concerns. I have a 2002 Honda Accord with about 131,000 miles which has had the following issues:
1. The transmission went out around 60,000 miles and was replaced by Honda. At around 100,000 miles the transmission started to exhibit same symptoms. I took the car in, but, of course, Honda dealer said there is nothing wrong. Then around 116,000 miles a Honda mechanic said that my model of a car has an issue with transmissions and that it would need to be replaced. The transmission issue is bad enough to have a website dedicated to it. While a transmission failing is not necessarily a safety issue, loosing vehicle control and drivable on the highway could be. 2. Now the vehicle starts to vibrate at highway speeds despite having new and balanced tires on it. I took the car in to get new struts. Since then I took the car to a mechanic of very high integrity (not the Honda dealer) and they said that unfortunately, the problem may simply be ?impossible? to fix since everything they could see indicated that car should behave normally, I. E. The tires were fine, the alignment was fine, and the cv joints were fine. This is becoming more and more of the issue and indicates a possible design flaw with the vehicle. 3. The lights on the vehicle are horrible. This is a safety issue as it seriously impairs the vehicle drivability. 4. The rails for the driver's seat had to be replaced around 32,000 miles and now (at around 130,000 miles) the seat seems to wobble again. This could be a potential safety issue as it seems that the seat could simply detach in the case of an accident. Updated 05/07/10.
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I took delivery of 2008 Honda Accord coupe (4 cylinder automatic) in August of 2008. From day one I experience a steering wheel and suspension/drivetrain vibration & shimmy at speeds between 45-65 mph. The dealer replaced tires and wheels, and balanced four wheels during first service visit. On the second and last offered service visit for this defect, the dealer determined that the vehicle was "operating as designed". They did not state that they could not verify the complaint and stated they would not make anymore attempts to diagnose or repair the problem.
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Vibration/shimmy in the steering wheel. Took vehicle to purchasing dealer twice. Dealer could not fix shimmy. Dealer said that's the way Honda is making them. Shimmy starts ~ 60 mph and continues through 75 mph. Shimmy is intermittent and varying in intensity depending on vehicle speed and load. Took to 2nd dealer and verified problem. 2nd dealer also verified other 2008 Accords having the same problem.
Car pulls/drifts to right. Dealer appointment pending.
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Purchased a new 2004 Accord ex and it has been to the dealer twice for alignment problems. They claim their is nothing else to do as the car is with facotory specs. The car still drifts to the right and is not correct.
Front end produces a loud knocking noise intermittently. The dealer cannot duplicate the problem .
Two front end alignments were performed and the tires were rotated. A technical service bulletin indicated that this problem occurred because the crate upon which the engine sits was not positioned correctly at the factory. The dealership positioned the crate correctly, but the problem recurred. The consumer noticed when he backed up the vehicle , a click would be heard as if the gear was not positioned correctly. The vehicle was pulling to the right. The consumer also felt something like a crate or tire axle would shift to one side. The consumer was told that was the way the vehicle was designed.
2001 Honda Accord, steering wheel lost out of control, brakes did not function properly. There was no control with the steering wheel and the brakes did not respond. The failure of these two main components caused a serious collision on the freeway. Possible suspension system failure.
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Vibration in front end. Steering wheel vibrates and so does the stick shift.
Just purchased a new 2004 Accord ex (37 miles) and it has been in twice in two weeks for alignment problems. They claim their is nothing else to do as the car is with facotory specs. The car still drifts to the right and is not correct.
While driving at any speed vehicle pulls to the right.
I purchased a 2003 Accord in June 2003. The day I drove it off the lot I noticed a vibration that can be felt in the steering wheel. I took it to the dealer, and they claimed that the vibration was caused by out of balance tires, and their solution was to balance all four wheels. After balancing the tires, the vibration still existed. I took my car back for an oil change and told them that the vibration was still present. I took the technician on a test drive and he confirmed the vibration, however when I returned to pick up my car it was indicated on the report that the vibration was a normal condition of the Honda Accord. Strong vibrations in the steering wheel are not normal, and Honda should take corrective action to fix this problem.
My name is tracy messel and I purchased a 2003 Honda Accord coupe ex (2-door coupe) from the madison Honda dealer located in madison, NJ in April of 2003. A few months after I purchased my new car I realized that my car was pulling to the right side of the road. I took my car into Honda and they rotated my tires telling me that the problem wasn't an alignment issue but balancing of the tires. I drove my car and realized that is was pulling to the left side of the road, I took my car in again and they re-rotated and balanced my tires. After that, my car started pulling to the right side of the road. I then took my car in again stating that I wanted to have the tires checked out as it appeared that the problem followed the tires. They said the tires were fine and there was something off in my front suspension that they re-adjusted. I drove my car after the adjustment to discover that the car still pulled to the right side of the road. I took it in yet again and drove with a mechanic who told me that this was normal for all 2003 Accords to pull to the right side of the road and there was nothing more that they could do as my car was within their specifications. Not being satisfied I kept requesting to speak to more individuals within the Honda organization only to be told they would do nothing more, that pulling to the right is normal on all cars. I am not satisfied with the answer that Honda had given me and I wanted to raise this issue to the national security council as I think this is a very serious risk if my car is pulling to the right side of the road. I could be putting not only myself at danger but others on the road around me. Any response would be appreciated. Thanks!.
Vehicle pulls right onto another lane when breaking to slow down to a stop at any speed on any surface even after two alignments were performed. Advised by james r marsh (service advisor), don f. Decker (service manager), and jeff may (district manager) that the pulling is normal even after test drove other vehicles with the exact model which did not showed this problem.
There is no adjustment for the right rear camber. The car therefore has never been in proper alignment. The result is that I have had premature wear on my tires. I went to have my front end aligned when the dealer informed me of the problem. I feel Honda should be responsible for replacing the parts that would put the car in proper alignment. The car has never been in an accident and shows no signs of impact.
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Vbiration in steering wheel while traveling at 55-60 or more mph; vehicle been in dealer shop on three occasions, and problem still reoccurring. Provide any further informtion on this matter.
While driving at approximately 68 mph on interstate with cruise control on, vehicle jerked to the right first, then a massive jerk to left. Vehicle performed a 360 degree turn, and went airborn. Vehicle ended up in median, and a police report was taken. Driver lost control for an unknown reason. Dealership didn't inform consumer of any reason that could have caused the defect. Consumer has been informed that vehicle was not included in any suspension related recall. Please provide any additional information/attachments.
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As soon as vehicle's speed is over 60 mph, it shakes very badly. Steering wheel and front end shake.
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I purchased the vehicle in June 2000. As certified vehicle from dealership,, certified for safety inspections 150 point? I noticed when test driving vehicle. Front of vehicle had severe vibration, I noticed that the tires were low on air pressure. Problem continued, I contacted the dealership numerous time to resolve the matter. At the time of sale the inspection was to be final. I later found out the inspection was never completed properly, ther are two active titles currently on vehicle, ohio and California California is now salvaged title as of 2/04/2001. Contacted dealership numerous time regarding the findings on the bumper cover that had medical tape holding the side secure fastners together. And bumper cover out of allignment. Radiator support had been buckled and not repaired correctly, primer on the inside of right front hood, head l ight assembly unit not complete and out of allignment, uneven tire wear, no owners manual, tires switched at time allignment was performed by dealership, dealership rented vehicle for 10 days. , dealership represented preferred body shop american autobody and paint as boar official that was misrepresentation, contacted american Honda as well as Honda care regarding this vehicle and dealership? I asked the dealership what the certification applied to? it was to be warrantied just like a new vehicle. . Vehicle warranty docs were incomplete and not voluntarily submitted? dealership employee pushed husband against wall? no owners manual? michellon warranty came with vehicle docs. But at time of allignment federal tires were replaced without warranty? I was told the new tires were magical? I totalled the vehicle and later found on ccc report from the insurance company, that vehicle had previous damage done. . And all the above problem pertaining to previous damage?.
When shifting to reverse, loud thump comes from under car. Upon initial startup, engine makes loud thump, motor seems to shift or move, creak or tapping noise coming from front supsension or frame of car when moving forward from complete stop, dealer could not find problem.
Both underfenders for front fenders spontaneously detached on flat, dry highway when I was going at a steady speed of 45 mph. Driver's side remained attached at front end and twisted around tire, causing me to lose control of car and veer onto verge. Passenger side abruptly detached completely and flew onto roadway. Front end of car has never been involved in collision. Honda dealer claims they never see this happening and continues to blame driver for faulty driving.
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Cv boot and joints were replaced . Car now pulls to the side, and service dept. Says that it can not be aligned w/out 700. 00 replacement part.
Vehicle experiencing problem with wandering to the left while traveling at highway speed of 50 or more mph. Probelm was corrected by dealership.
Vibration thriughout the car over 62 mph,wheels balanced 8 separate times at 4 different shops.
The contact owns a 1998 Honda Accord. The front end of the vehicle made a rattling noise while driving various speeds. The dealer could find no failures with the vehicle. The VIN was unknown. The current mileage was 89,000 and failure mileage was 3,000. Updated 11/19/08. Updated 11/19/08.
Vehicle pulls to the left. (qcaw).
Vehicle experiences extreme vibration when going above 90 mph.
While driving at 55 mph, esperiencing wind noise, wind noise is so loud and annoying.
While driving front end becomes erratic with movement from left to right, also, vibrates in the front end of vehicle. Took vehicle to dealer. Dealer stated stated that problem were hankook tires. Please provide any further information.
Right front and left front alignment failed.
Vehicle pulls to the right. Dealer has been unable to fix this continuous problem, cause is unknown.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Front Suspension problems||
|Front Suspension Lower Ball Joint problems||
|Front Suspension Wheel Bearing problems||
|Sway Bar problems||
|Ball Joint problems||
|Suspension Noise problems||
|Front Suspension Strut problems||
|Front Suspension Control Arm problems||
|Rear Suspension problems||