I have never used a Honda accord. a Honda accord is a type of car which Honda, a well known car brand has made. altough i have never used one load of celebrities have.
Honda is a well-known automobile company that produces different makes and models of cars. The Accord is one of the car models they produce. A pre-owned Honda Accord is a Honda Accord that has been previously owned by another person. This differs from a Brand new Honda Accord in that is usually already has mileage on it and may or may not show some signs of usage.
A 1992 Honda Accord may be a better option than a Hyundai Accent of the same year because Honda Accord vehicles are known for their reliability. A 1992 Hyundai Accent would require more repairs than an Accord of the same age.
Yes, the Honda Accord is known for its safety features and performance. It will be reliable as long as you take good care of it and keep up on maintenance as per manufacturer request.
The 2001 Honda Accord is known as a reliable, yet relatively inexpensive vehicle. It features a four cylinder engine, automatic transmission, and economical city and highway gas mileage.
The most commonly reported problem or issue with the Honda CRF 150 seems to be starting it. There are known issues in the difficulty starting the bike.
The Car and Driver magazine voted the Honda Accord as one of the ten best cars available for purchase over ten times. It is in the class of vehicles known as family sedans.
that generation accord should use 6.5 speakers in the front and rear but sometimes the back have been known to have 6x9 but that is usually found in the 93 i believe the anniversay edition
I suspect a bad distributor. Honda distributors have been known to fail.
Honda is better known in the United States for making reliable sedans like the Civic and Accord, but the firm actually got its start making motors to attach to bicycles shortly after World War II
These issues are not known.
check your carborator cause those are known to go bad on honda's and cause that problem and if its not that then its your vacuum line
There are many known issues with the Cadillac XLR. Some of these issues include rear visibility, no cargo room, door issues, and electrical problems as well.
Failure of the display on 2003 and later Accord radio/CD players is evidently common. Because it's a commonly known defect Honda should replace the radio free even if it's out of warranty. That's a VERY good thing because the radio/CD changer itself will apparently set you back about $800 just for the new part from Honda.
The phrase "known issues" in testing refers to known problems in the test or whatever is being tested. Typically these are identified and ignored when testing occurs.
Yes. Basel Accord was formulated at Bank Of International Settlement whose office is in Basel Switzerland.
Possible air bag system malfunctioning. Take the car back to where the work was done, and have them look at it. The alignment service was just a coincidence. This is a known problem and Honda issued a TSB on this. Simply take your car to your local Honda dealer and tell them about the SRS light and remind them that there is a TSB on the issue. Your dealer should replace the OPDS sensor at no charge, regardless of age or mileage, as a goodwill gesture. I had this done recently and it is has worked beautifully.
why is circulatory system known as transport system
There is a metal chain on a Honda car. This is also known as a timing belt.
Some known issues witih PSPs include UMD's that tend to be flimsy and break after long periods of use.
Honda Civics are made by the company known as Honda. They were once a foreign company but have recently moved to the United States of America. They are known for being a automaker of upper class cars, that seem to last for years.
SRS = Supplemental Restraint System - the air bag or air bags in the car that supplement the safety belt and other arrangements (such as choice of materials in dashboard etc, etc...). See http://www.answers.com/airbag?cat=health "... The air bag is part of an inflatable http://www.answers.com/topic/restraint system, also known as an http://www.answers.com/topic/air-cushion restraint system (ACRS) or an air bag supplemental restraint system (SRS), because the air bag is designed to supplement the protection offered by seat belts. Seat belts are still needed..."