A bad clutch would present in different ways, i. Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Install A 70mm Protective, Corrugated Plastic Tube Over The Wire Harness, In The Area Of The Brake Stop Switch. The contact replaced the battery and was able to restart the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to the dealer to be repaired before the contact owned the vehicle. The contact was requesting that the technician reconnect the switch since all of the malfunctions occurred due to the recall repair. The failure mileage was 163,391 and the current mileage was 163,411.
The vehicle was not repaired. The consumer took the vehicle to a repair shop and it appeared the replacement switch had also failed as the original recall problem, which was due to burnt contacts in the switch from arcing. On several occasions it has stalled while driving on a highway at 60 mph. The contact stated that there were no warning lights illuminated. The contact stated that when driving at various speeds or sitting idle, the vehicle would stall without warning. I'm thinking that it's just that cracked part of the coolant reservoir and it's not getting enough coolant, but I can't figure out why it would stop overheating at a certain mph. It has now been 13 years since it was replaced and I believe that it has worn out.
The contact stated that when the key was inserted into the ignition, the ignition switch seized in the accessory position. If Any Wire Or Wires Are Damaged, They Will Be Repaired. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the contact was advised that the electrical contact for the ignition switch failed. The approximate failure mileage was 230,000. The idle problem may not be the compressor but the solenoid that controls the idle when the compressor is engaged. The car cools off and the air conditioner kicks in. Posted on Jun 11, 2008.
When idling, the car starts to overheat. Honda is not therefore correcting the cause of the ignition switch degradation, they are simply admitting that it wears out prematurely and poses a safety hazard so they are required to replace it. While driving approximately 25 mph the vehicle stalled without warning. No such mark existed on his vehicle. Owner Notification Began November 4, 1999. The previous owner had the ignition switch replaced at the time of the recall. Any help will be appreciated.
The car starts to overheat. The contact reviewed the nhsta campaign id number 02v120000 electrical system: ignition: switch. The vehicle was not repaired. And if the switch was replaced, it would appear that the replacement has the same defect. Third, other service work was done on the same day as the recall, and would appear to leave too little time to complete the recall work the same day.
And then overheat while idling. Consumer states vehicle exhibiting behavior outlined in recall bulletin 02-231, stalling without warning. They insisted that since the part had been replaced under the original recall, they were not required to replace it again. Consequence: worn contacts could cause the engine to stall without warning, increasing the risk of a crash. Do you think the compressor needs to be replaced or the clutch? The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The contact was advised to take the vehicle to an automotive security alarm technician to reconnect the switch.
An authorized dealer performed the recall repair; however, the following components were inoperative: the security alarm system, power door lock system, and the panic device. At this point I am not running the air in fear that I will have metal fragments through the entire system. The technician stated that the security alarm system was disengaged during the recall repair due to the wiring connection to the ignition switch. The failure occurred several times while driving various speeds after the battery was replaced. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled on various occasions. I will put water in it and it won't take much half a gal.
The compressor is supposed to cycle on and off. I get in and drive, reving the engine to about 40-45 mph. I am disputing this since Honda admits that the part wears out faster due to the configuration, I. The vehicle has not been repaired. When she gets out of it, there is a distinct smell of the coolant. The failure mileage was 150,000.
I've read several message boards with similar problems. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the technicians stated the ignition switch needed to be replaced. The process may have been started, but the parts may have been on hold. The car was only three years old when the part was replaced during the original recall, and they have already substantiated that the part is worn out. A Sudden, Unexpected Loss Of Lighting Or A Failure Of The Windshield Wipers In Bad Weather, Could Be Hazardous Increasing The Risk Of A Crash.