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That transaxle has long been a problem for Honda & they have NEVER really properly engineered it to be free of defects Unfortunately. I had a similar problem at around 66,000 miles with my V6 Accord EXL Coupe & at that time Honda did the right thing and repaired the transmission but made me pay for the labor (a fair yet semi-expensive) fix but reasonable. Then more recently around 152,400 miles the transmission failed again & began slipping. I had asked for Honda to do another fix of the transmission & I pay for the labor BUT they refused. I find it sad when a major company does not stand behind a product they know has had defects & issues throughout the entire product line of the V6 Accord & Odyssey (which use the same transaxle) & instead states from the warranty booklet (which I understand but think a Honda vehicle should last for several hundred thousand miles) especially when the owner followed & follows all of the recommended preventative maintenance in the service handbook from Honda...especially when the car looks like it is brand new & now it has a New Transmission too...no thanks to Honda corporate :)
Yes, I have a thought: Change Honda service technician, then change Honda Service Center. Not only does your car have this feature, my '06 Accord EX-L does as well.
I had a similar experience with my wife's Acura TL, and all it took to get it fixed was to speak with a different Service Advisor. They took care of the problem immediately and apologized many times.
Hope this helps...
Hi. Jumping the battery when the radio is turned on will often cause a problem. I would check the fuses for the radio first as one of them may have blown. Regarding the clock it is blinking and needs to be reset.
Since this is a relatively new car I recommend going to a book store and purchasing the service manual for Honda which includes the 2007 models. This will you how to reset the clock. Then keep the manual in the glove compartment for all future reference.
The Owners Manual walks you through it step by step.
If your missing the manual, swing by your Dealerships Service Drive, most Service Advisors would be happy to show you how to do it.
You can also order a new Owners Book at www.helminc.com directly, even have it mailed to your home. If you order it at the dealership, they get it from the same place, mark it up and you have to go get it yourself.
hi these boxes have always had problems they have said they cured them i suspect you will find that if you bought the car and have taken it back a month later its the garages responserbility to fix the problem at there expence if the garage refuses then get in touch with honda themseleves and insist they put it right as you will find there is factory recalls on these boxes of that year i cannot remember off the top of my head what they changed to repair the problem but it wasn,t a complete box i think it was the clutch solenoids but am not sure do a bit of digging i think you will find i am correct on the factory recalls yates210456