Warning Light On Problems of Honda Element
Honda Element owners have reported 3 problems associated with warning light on (under the air bag category).
#1 - Warning Light On problem of the 2006 Honda Element
The reporting person's vehicle is a 2006 Honda Element. The contact stated that while the vehicle was parked, there was an unusually loud noise coming from the vehicle immediately followed by the air bag warning light illuminating on the instrument panel. While driving at speeds of 65 mph, within an hour, the driver side air bag partially deployed. The dealer could not duplicate nor determine the cause of the failure. The manufacturer was contacted but was not willing to provide any assistance. There were no repairs made to the vehicle. The approximate failure mileage was 23,601 and the current mileage was 24,704. The VIN was not available. It was 02/26/10 when this warning light on issue happened.
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#2 - Warning Light On problem of the 2004 Honda Element
The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5J6YH18594_. 2004 Honda Element: (I have 2 and both have the following exact problems)1. Airbags warning lights indicating problems
2. Drivers seat is loose and rocks
3. Passenger seat causes extreme discomfort to hip and back on long tips (this is occurs with all passengers, young and older)
3. Under carriage brushes failure
4. A/c air compressor failure
5. Straps in back seats pulled out and seat cannot be reclined
6. Engine decelerates without warning. Power cutback during passing makes this very dangerous. 7. Drivers seatbelt buckle is difficult to secure (only 1 car with this problem)
8. Loud clanking noise when cars are being turned. The failure date was Friday, May. 1, 2009.
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#3 - Warning Light On problem of the 2004 Honda Element
2004 Honda Element. Consumer states the air bag warning light illuminated. When the consumer arrived at the dealership to have a recall performed on the ignition, he was informed by the dealer that they would not accept responsibility for passive restraint systems unless it met the implied warranty prerequisites. The consumer stated he had to pay for a problem in the past, that incorrectly reported a problem that did not exist. The consumer is now wondering will he have to pay for the air bag light problem. It was Wednesday, December 1, 2010 when this warning light on issue happened.
Other Air Bag related problems of Honda Element:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Side/window Air Bag problems||50|
|Air Bag Not Deploy problems||19|
|Air Bag problems||11|
|Front Air Bag Sensor Control problems||7|
|Air Bag Light On problems||5|
|Warning Light On problems||3|
|Front Air Bag problems||2|
|Front Driver Side Air Bag Inflator problems||1|