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Is it common to have a lot of trouble with 2001 Honda Civics?

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2015-07-16 18:12:20
2015-07-16 18:12:20

Yes! At least, it has been for me. From what I have been told, 2001 was a new model year for the Civic, which generally equals more problems. To date, I have had two recalls on my car, my intake and exhaust valves had to be adjusted within the first 3000 miles of driving it (my car was dying when taking corners), I have had numerous problems with my transmission which finally led to replacing several parts (thousands of dollars worth of work), my trunk won't open from the lever inside the driver-side door, and my alternator bearings went out while on a road trip. My mechanic tells me has had problems with other 2001 Civics, as well, especially with transmissions and valves.

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