I have multiple repairs to make on my Honda and I just don't know if I should repair it to keep running or try and sale it. It's been a great car, but how do I know when it is time to move on? Some of the items needing repair are pricey: heater core replacement, automatic windows on both front doors, right front axle going bad, distributor leaking. Just spent 1k trying to fix the A/C as well. Car has 179,000 on it.
Sale or repair? on 1994 Honda Accord
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MOST POPULAR ANSWER by sinautoscan.com ,
October 28, 2009
is a good car but its gonna take a lot to repair, sale it if your looking into getting a brand new car with 0 miles dont sell it if you want to buy something use because you might have to spend money repair stuff on it too.
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