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only with the key fob
Makes whirring sound while driving . But it has great power and pull . Maintained regularly . Please help .
Car just clicks when turning the key alredy replaced the battery
car won't start and ticking under the hood in the fuse box.
My key wont lock or unlock door when put in it wont turn and the alarm wont go off lights continuously flash for bout five mins and when you open the door it starts all over again. need help in deactivating the alarm cause its killing the battery.
sparkplug gap 2005 honda accord lx 4cyl 2.4 liter engine
On 4/26, there was a huge leak under my car. I towed it to my mechanic and they found a leak on the return hose. Should I contact Honda or is that a separate issue?
2004 Avalon V-6, 3.0 L.
for the Honda Accord.
initially, the radio back light would work / then not work. Every thing else was OK. Now the amplifier on the head unit gives a click sound on the speakers & i get no sound for a while. It is getting progressively worse.
every other thing is working normal
and then the car will not start,and other times car will start perfectly.
I recently took my car to Midas for a routine oil change and tire rotation plus inspection and they recommended that I get all of the struts replaced, since the mileage on my car is at 78,000 without a previous replacement. Where can I purchase struts online? Do I need the whole shock assembly replaced or just the struts? What struts do you recommend for my car? (I would also like to maybe lower my car about an inch from stock; not enough to where I need to roll my fenders but would like advice on how difficult it would be as well as expensive for either lowered springs or coilovers) The mechanic gave me an estimate of about $1,168.42 total for both parts and labor.
I took my 2005 Honda Accord EX 4D 4cyl. to Midas for a routine oil change and tire rotation plus a free inspection and the mechanic said that I should get the Tensioner Pulley and Serpentine Belt replaced. The pulley is worn (a little rough with streaks of black from the belt but not bad) but there are not sounds or anything that tells me it is performing less than a brand new one. The belt they said is cracked in several areas, but since my car is 2005 I thought it should be made of EPDM and crack-proof. Should I get these things replaced for their estimate of $236.32 including parts and labor?