They completed the oil consumption check in June 2017. Not one problem in all those years. Would you want to buy this car? I do not have money to replace my engine. Vehicle was shaking and hard to drive, pulled over to safe area. Alas, not all is perfect. To replace the engine would cost more than the car is worth.
I use Purolator and also have since 1989. Guru5Q1X1 answered about a year ago Always use what the car mfg. Use the exact weight oil that Honda recommends. My oil life was still reflecting 40% on my dashboard. My oil life was still reflecting 40% on my dashboard.
The manufacturer had not been contacted. Not worth a new engine and the local dealership doesn't acknowledge this oil consumption as a problem. The dealer stated that the vehicle was not included in a recall or warranty campaign. Honda is trying to say this is normal, but they are just avoiding standing behind their faulty product and avoiding the expense of fixing. They usually replace with regular engine oil. Alas, not all is perfect. Remove the drain plug washer and replace it with a 14 mm fiber washer.
This is really good stuff! I'm looking for recourse to get reimbursed for the spark plug replacements and consideration under the class action lawsuit. It burns 2 quarts of oil between every oil change. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 60,000. The contact had the spark plugs replaced twice, but the engine still consumed a large amount of oil. Just incase something goes wrong and Honda needs proof of oil changes.
Turn the old oil filter counter clockwise to loosen it. Standard safety features on both models include six airbags, , antilock brakes and an. Note: Not all models may be outfitted with a cabin air filter. The service manager Pete finds that the plugs in cylinders 1, 3 and 4 are fouled, and replaces the plugs. As for the oil you should keep with the manufacturer recommend oil until the rings have worn, to where it starts to burn oil, before you start jumping up weights.
I am really concerned of the quality or parts and service here. Add a can of Lucas fuel treatment wal-mart good price into your gas tank once a month. Add a site » Bought a 2010 Accord V6 in 2011 5 months old! Until I went on-line to check the consumption issue I was unaware that it was a big problem with the newer Honda cars. I always have the oil changed at 5,000 miles. They insisted that they must do an oil change first, and then they would check the oil level after I drove 1000 miles. I'm going after the 'chain' to pay for the replacement costs. Send Kelsey an Hide full review.
I took it to dealership when the service was due and they told me that oil was low and started the oil consumption check. Since this model had 7000 miles per oil change, the warning light came on when there is no oil on the dipstick. With virtually identical , stop-and-go oomph is similar. Many car makers claim that a quart of oil per 1000 miles, or even less, is considered normal. Premature brake wear has been a consistent problem for this Accord generation. The pics I've attached shows my oil level low three weeks later.
Wipe the mounting surface clean. I clearly see V6 as being impacted and listed in the class action lawsuit. The approximate failure mileage was 60,000. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at 888-327-4236. Also when it comes to the radiator and the Automatic Transmission should the mechanic be using Honda products? This would be the last Honda vehicle in my life!!!! Never get under a car that is supported only by a jack! Furthermore, the tail lights shorted out and failed to illuminate randomly.
The rest of the car has been great. You have to keep an eye on your oil level as you can and will run out of oil. I brought my car back to Honda at 119,746 and requested to return at 120,683. I brought my car back to Honda at 119,746 and requested to return at 120,683. The extended warranty recall states that 2010 Honda Accord's qualify, but they will not replace the piston rings. Honestly I don't know the specifics.
But awful things happened after that. Your car was damaged goods when you bought it and more than likely due to not changing the oil often enough. Sophia answered 4 years ago if your car's manual says to use 5w20 synthetic old then use 5w20 synthetic oil. My Accord started experiencing excessive oil consumption as covered by the Class Action Lawsuit that Honda lost. The car lost all of its oil and there was absolutely no indication of such situation. It may be a bit pointless to blame the previous owner but more than likely Honda Motor Company does not deserve the blame either.