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Ignition switch?
1999 Honda Accord

Ignition switch?

(1999 Honda Accord)
Can a faulty or worn ignition switch make my car turn off while driving without any warning?
3 answers & 1 comment
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Absolutely common problem with the Accord. Call your dealer ask it there was a recall affecting your vehicle! Main relay/fuel pump relay is another common failure.
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on February 24, 2011
I called the Honda hotline and they said my car was not affected by the recall they just ran my vin #. My car still turns off but not as much I have done a complete tune up myself and the dealer charges me $104 and I don't wnt to waste that money if all I need is a part that's $50. What's ur opinion?
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Absolutely common problem with the Accord. Call your dealer ask it there was a recall affecting your vehicle! Main relay/fuel pump relay is another common failure.
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on February 24, 2011
I called the Honda hotline and they said my car was not affected by the recall they just ran my vin #. My car still turns off but not as much I have done a complete tune up myself and the dealer charges me $104 and I don't wnt to waste that money if all I need is a part that's $50. What's ur opinion?
on February 17, 2011
You have a bad ignition switch.
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Yes. It happened to us. The replacement switch was $54 and took only a few minutes for me to replace.
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