2012 Honda Civic Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2012 Honda Civic
- Why won't my brand new Honda Civic start?!
- the volume control module on steering wheel and radio back light quit Working.
- How many airbags does a 2012 honda civic have?
- Brakes grind and fall to floor when braking and hitting a bump at the same time.
- The 1.8l engine has started using a lot of oil, there is no oil leak.
2012 Honda Civic Problems
On Certain models a faulty power window switch can cause the power windows to work or not work intermittently.
2012 Honda Civic Questions
The brakes on my Honda seem to fall to the floor and grind when braking and going over bumps at the same time. I'm unsure if this is working as it should or not but it feels wrong.
Went on vacation for a week and came back to a car that won't start. My 2012 honda has under 10,000 miles on it and i did not leave any lights on. The battery is fine and the car tries to start but it won't turn on.
It was fine and in good health last week but when i turn the key AL...
the enging can use up to 5l of oil for 10000 km . the car is driven 50000km
2012 Honda Civic Recalls
The steering column is designed in such a way that during a crash, if the driver was to come into contact with the steering wheel, the steering column would partially collapse, reducing the risk of injury to the driver. During the assembly of some 2012 Civics, an incorrect steering column was installed that doesn't meet the proper safety specifications. Honda dealers will replace the steering column on the affected vehicles as necessary to correct this concern.
During vehicle assembly, the process required to properly seat the driver's side driveshaft and its retaining clip may not have been completed. As a result, the driveshaft may separate. If this occurs, the vehicle will have a loss of drive power and may roll away if the parking brake has not been applied, increasing the risk of a crash or pedestrian injury. Dealers will inspect the driver's side driveshaft and replace it as needed. The Honda recall number is S40.
A fuel line O-ring seal may be misaligned, which could cause a small fuel leak. A fuel leak always increases the risk of a fire. Dealers will replace the fuel feed line to correct this concern. This recall is expected to begin by May 27, 2011. The Honda recall number is R79.