20 people reported this problem
Wiper span is too far on Honda Accord
11 people shared problem details
2002 Honda Accord100,000Visitor
The problem seems to be instigated by the speed-sensitive wipers. Such an unnecessary feature--they go faster as you accelerate. It was resolved by replacing the windshield wiper linkage because there's a part of the linkage that gets worn out and allows excessive play in the wipers. I ordered the parts online and did it myself. I suspect it will eventually need to be done again if I keep the car long enough.
The wipers have recently been making too wide of a sweep, resulting in a banging against the lower panel just below the windshield. The top end of the sweep is just about right. The over-wide sweep and banging occur pretty consistently now. I have not tackled the problem yet.
2000 Honda Accord70,000Visitor
my 2000 accord ex had the same problem. my husband put in a new CONTROL ARM for 36 bucks and it fixed the problem.
2006 Honda Accord120,000Visitor
Windshield wiper was sweeping to far in both directions. A bushing had to be repaired.
I haven't been able to figure out how to repair this issue.
2000 Honda Accord205,673Visitor
Wiper span too far
2006 Honda Accord75,000Visitor
Wiper bushings replaced
2002 Honda Accord160,000Visitor
Same issue, however it noticed it occured after the front windshield was replaced.
2000 Honda Accord145,000Visitor
Wipers travel too far.
Wh First of all this happened when my boyfriend was away and I am really ignorant on my car's...
Is it necessary to have a catalytic converter and the o2 sensors or is it an option to have a p...
Previously, when my windshield wipers were turned on, they hit the bottom of the windshield eac...
We go to take off and suddenly I have no power. The rpms don't go up or anything and I can't he...
FRONT COMPLIANCE BUSINGS STATING TO CRAK