This is a serious safety defect and creates a dangerous night driving condition. I am asking for you Agency to open an investigation into this dangerous safety defect and order Honda to recall all Accord that may be impacted, which could very well be the entire line since 2000. Can you look in to it, please? The failure and current mileage was 93,000. I have a 2000 2dr V6 ex. They found that the multiplex unit on the driver side of the car had failed and needs replacement.
While driving 45 mph, the instrument panel lighting failed to illuminate. The contact was told by the dealer that the safety recall did not apply to this vehicle. The failed components are under recall for 2000 Honda Accord. I also have seen several complaints all over the internet about the clearcoat on '98-'02 Honda's peeling. The failure and the current mileages were approximately 119,000.
The failure mileage was 126000 and the current mileage was 127000. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated that the instrument cluster had failed and needed to be replaced. I took it in to a certified ase auto mechanic and he said there was a safety recall on this particular issue and to check my mail and files for any letters. We recommend avoiding this model year like the plague. There are several indicator lights that do not work at all, and the lights that do work dim without warning. The current mileage is 105,000 and failure mileage was 80,000.
In the past, if I tapped on the dashboard, the lights would come back on. The failure mileage was 160,000. This systemic defect, of which Honda is well aware, is dangerous. The vehicle was not repaired. The current mileage was 160,000 and the failure mileage was 140,000. The contact stated that none of the lights on the instrument panel are illuminated. The car was taken to Honda dealership for failure analysis and repairs.
The engine size was unknown. The contact would like to have the vehicle repaired under the safety recall. Honda is supposed to be a safe dependable car and now I have a safety issue with driving and I am nurse and have to use my car for work and oncall but a night can't see the dash lights. This is very dangerous for a driver and this problem needs to be addressed and resolved before someone gets injured. Compare with diff gps, highway milestones etc. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic. It is a safety issue as I could not read any of the instrument panels.
For shipments to Canada, you can add some items to your cart to determine the shipping rate. We use the United States Post Office and FedEx for our shipments. The failure and current mileages were less than 142,000. The interior lights on the dashboard are not illuminated. The door locks would activate on their own along with the flickering dash lights prior to replacing the alternator the 1st time but that no longer happens. The current mileage was 300,000. She had no warning, they just stopped working.
This is supposedly a systemic problem with Honda Accord models dating back to at least my year, according to Honda representatives. I understand from an internal source, that it's a Honda dirty practice to convince customer that Honda provides better mileage efficiency while comparing other cars. The light on the instrument panel was not working when the vehicle was purchased. The police were on the scene however no report was filed. The contact was awaiting a service appointment with the dealer since the parts were unavailable. If the alternator charges normally, the painted bracket is the problem. Also, it doesn't matter if the engine is idling at for the 3 dash lights to flicker.
Driver could not see panel to gauge speed. While compare with gps speed and speedometer on car, car's speedometer is running faster by 5 mph more. The approximate failure mileage was 120,000. The contact stated that none of the instrument panel gauges would illuminate. I have read of this problem on other sights as well. The dealer joyce koon Honda, 10640 automotive dr.