Rust on the edge of a disk brake rotor is for the most part moot. The car sat in the dealer's lot for some time, and every day or two, a lot boy came by and washed it, and during this little exercise splashed or shot water through the wheels and got the rotors wet. On the EDGE of the rotor, there is no brake contact. That is why you can still see the rust. Even if there were rust on the surface of the rotors, after the first several brake applications the rust would be literally polished off. Consider driving in very rainy conditions, when the streets are very wet. When the car is parked and the rotors are still wet from the wet streets, there will be rust develop on all the surfaces of the rotors. The brake friction material on the pads has a scouring effect on the face of the rotors, and there is no contact of any kind on the edge of the rotors. OCCASIONALLY some of this rust MAY flake off and become lodged between the rotor and the brake pad causing a "Squeel" upon application, but it is not a safety issue. ASE Certified Mechanic and Smog Diagnostician and Repair mechanic.
Call the dealer where you bought it from and then save it in a safe place.
Call the dealer you bought the car from and they will give you you car's 5-digit code number.
Take it to the dealer.
You have to get that from the dealer because they are vehicle specific.
From any Honda dealer.
Good for you, what's your question?
If you bought it new from a dealer take it back to the dealer or your warranty will be void if you mess with it.
They are about $200.00 from the dealer.
to any dealer
BOUGHT THE VEHICKLE FROM A DEALER WHO HAS TITLE
In most cases, you will not need to register your car, the dealer will do it for you. You need to ask as each dealer is different.
There is no return policy unless the dealer agrees to this. You bought the car so it is yours. A car dealer is not like Walmart where you can return an item you bought.
Not unless those lies were within the contract.
From AUD$30,990 to AUD$46,990 depending on the model - Accord VTi_AUD$30,990; Accord VTi Luxury_AUD$37,990; Accord V6_AUD$39,990; Accord V6 Luxury_AUD$46,990 but you can negotiate with your dealer. (Sometimes you can ask for free accessories as well - you should just beg for it)
ON HONDA ACCORD EX ABOUT $2200... IF YOUR LOOKING AT TOYOTA ITS 11%
Yes but it would be worth less money than before because of the damage. If you are asking can you return it for a refund, the answer is NO if you bought it "As Is". If it has a warranty then the dealer will repair it. Talk to the selling dealer.
Take it back to the dealer you bought it from.
If bought from a dealer, yes. If bought from an individual and your state does not require a title for an ATV then no.
I had the same problem with my 1992 Accord. Replacement of the trunk lid gasket fixed the leak, but I had to special order the gasket from a dealer.
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I bought one in 1962 from a chevrolet dealer. Do not think you could purchase one in 1961 from a dealer.
take out the radio and take the serial number to the dealer
Check with your local dealer for this information.
Retail on these are about $880, but the dealer cost is only about $425
Go to an authorized Honda dealer.