The new replacement part number is. Consumer Reports, 18 May 2015. The failure mileage was 38,000. If you are interested in advertising a for-profit service,. Very frustrated at this point! Engine Rattles at Cold Startup Symptom: At cold start-up, the engine rattles loudly for about 2 seconds. Also vehicle makes a loud noise when you crank it up.
The lawsuit included affected certain versions of the. Was told I would not have a problem anymore. Car pings and no or little power from engine due to oil loss. American Honda Contact Information By Phone: By Fax: 1-310-783-3023 24 hours By Mail: American Honda Motor Co. Premature brake wear has been a consistent problem for this Accord generation.
V3 Bulletin Date: 03-14-2016 Component: 060000 engine pws Summary: Service bulletin - replace the vtc actuator if the engine rattles loudly for 2 seconds during cold start-up. The failure mileage was approximately 55,000. Then, one of the ones had been replaced 1 cylinder , developed a problem. . Oil was added and I was instructed to come back once I have driven 1000 miles to see if engine is burning or consuming too much oil.
. The approximate failure mileage was 60,000. While driving 15 mph, a grinding noise was heard coming from the engine. The next day I had the same problem. Sticking Rings Resulting in Unusually High Engine Oil Consumption Honda has found that certain versions of the four-cylinder and the may begin to experience higher than normal oil consumption…. I told this to the people at the dealership! National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at 888-327-4236. While driving vehicle kicked while on the freeway.
Typical Honda oil change is every, 7,500 miles per their manual - if waited that long no oil would be in engine. The manufacturer was contacted and did not assist. The vehicle was not taken to a dealer or independent mechanic for diagnostic testing or repairs. I have a co-worker that has a 2010 Acura with 300,000 miles and oil loss issues. No dipstick reading for oil in engine for every 3,000 miles driven. I felt and feel the same way.
The routine oil change was completed and the grinding noise was gone. The manufacturer had not been contacted. Again the check engine light was on. This chewing metal sound when I start my car happens in the morning at lunch time or whenever and it is disgusts and embarrasses me when other people that are part next to me hear the metal chewing. The contact owns a 2010 Honda Accord. The contact stated that the ignition failed. I am still under warranty I left my car overnight so that they can hear how the car sounds upon start up.
Honda states oil was 3 quarts too low. The dealer stated that V6 engines are not covered in the the technical bulletin issued by Honda. I continue to be amazed at the amount of Honda owners who search, read and comment on my original. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. Honda sucks for not having a recall for such a common problem. I clearly see V6 as being impacted and listed in the class action lawsuit.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! Owners have consistently reported uncomfortable seats with the entire 8th generation 2008-2012 of Honda Accords. Does this problem cause oil consumption? If so, service stated an engine replacement may be needed and could be costly. The contact stated that every week, one quart of oil needed to be added to the vehicle. The failure mileage was 112,857. However, the released in March 2016, had the Crosstour listed. The dealer stated that the vehicle was not included in a recall or warranty campaign.
The dealer instructed me to contact corporate which is my next step. I will never buy another Honda. The contact believed that the vehicle consumed an excessive amount of oil and notified the manufacturer where a case was opened. This problem is definitely getting worse. Honda tested the vehicle and has evidence of the excessive oil consumption.
V4 Bulletin Date: 03-17-2016 Component: 060000 engine pws Summary: Service bulletin - replace the vtc actuator if the engine rattles loudly for 2 seconds during cold start-up. There is an extended warranty recall add for this problem but the dealership says my car does not qualify. After looking online this is a very common problem with these vehicles. Just wondering if this had been reported by anyone else. Recall was preformed; computer update and spark plugs were replaced. Vehicle was shaking and hard to drive, pulled over to safe area.