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Old 01-05-2008, 07:39 AM   #1
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The 03+ Honda Accord forum is a useful tool for our community to exchange technical information, talk about their cars and events that matter to them.
I will be compiling a very useful FAQ, so in the mean time please follow these simple rules.

Please, use the "Report to Moderator" button if there is a post in violation of the rules. The Moderators are not babysitters and don't read every post. They are here to help. Don't complain if you have a post locked or deleted. Don't complain if you report a thread and nothing is done.

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Old 02-15-2009, 05:27 AM   #2
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I'm surprised nobody's responded to this.

Thanks for the status update!
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i am having a problem with my accord 2004...as i accelerate there is some brushing sound from the wheels...what to do?
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what is this?
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What is an ad for Nike doing in an Accord forum sticky?
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my check engine light come on and so does my abs light they both stay on help
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were I can Find the 07 accord 4 cil maintenance schedule? thanks :D
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Old 09-25-2010, 04:29 PM   #8
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Hi
I have 2003 Honda Accord V6, it has 60,000 miles on it and I have bought it last week. It ran fine for about 4 days and all of a sudden today the Check Engine light came on and it started sputtering. It sputters while parked and does the same if I try to drive it. I took it to Auto zone and they gave me two codes "P2195" and "P0301". I was told that it shows a misfire for all 6 cylinders and it also has a bad oxygen censor. I have bought the car with recent inspection of 09/11 not sure if or why it would do something like this.......
Any Suggestions on what exactly is the cause of this problem and how should I go about getting it fixed?? Is it safe to drive it while in this state ??

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Old 10-14-2010, 09:59 PM   #9
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Sounds like the bad O2 sensor is not reading the correct airflow and is causing the misfires. Think this is why it shows a misfire for all 6 cil. I could be wrong though but worth checking out.
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Brand new user and hope I'm not out of line asking a question. Just bought a 2011 v6 automatic coupe. Should I have concerns about the VCM engine or the auto tranny?
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Thank you for these suggestions.
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Old 06-24-2011, 09:54 AM   #12
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maybe the brakes
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Old 09-26-2011, 06:55 AM   #13
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Hi
I have 2003 Honda Accord V6, it has 60,000 miles on it and I have bought it last week. It ran fine for about 4 days and all of a sudden today the Check Engine light came on and it started sputtering. It sputters while parked and does the same if I try to drive it. I took it to Auto zone and they gave me two codes "P2195" and "P0301". I was told that it shows a misfire for all 6 cylinders and it also has a bad oxygen censor. I have bought the car with recent inspection of 09/11 not sure if or why it would do something like this.......
Any Suggestions on what exactly is the cause of this problem and how should I go about getting it fixed?? Is it safe to drive it while in this state ??

Thanks
Something as simple as a bad spark plug could be causing sputter
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I'm the new guy. '07 Accord.
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how to replace rear caliper on 2003 Honda Accord.
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I can't find the report to moderator button
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Thanks for the info.
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