Question about 2005 Honda Accord
I have a Honda Accord 2005 EX Coupe 6 cyl, complete transmission failure at 43,600 miles. I am working with American Honda trying to get a "goodwill repair". I was told this isn't a problem with the 2005's?? The cost of the part is $3135.00, labor around $700. Anyone else have this problem?
I have a 2006, and it's begun to give me issues but not failed yet. I found through looking in my warranty booklet that the car automatically comes with a 5 year/60,000 powertrain warranty. May pay to check your warranty manual as well. I've found with Honda that they like to charge the people that don't realize they have warranties. My battery failed last week, and through looking at that manual that it is covered for 36 months, full replacement. The service advisor tried to charge me $135. I told him it's under warranty and he checked, and found it in fact was. I get to the cashier to pick up my keys once they'd finished and he hands me a bill for $110 for the same repair, of which I told him I'm not paying since it's under warranty. He got that charge taken off. So 1 repair, 2 separate people tried to charge me for something they knew was under warranty. The point of my story is that it pays to check it out...
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Unfortunately it is a problem. A lot of times it results from not changing the fluid, but even 43K miles isn't very much. Personally I would keep the pressure on AHM to help you out with the repairs.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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