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I had the service dept., in early May do the recall on the emission which updated the software on my car, it cleared all the error codes it was having (like emission system problem, brake system hold problem, brake system problem, vehicle stability assist (vsa) problem, hill start assist problem, power steering system (eps) problem, check engine light) back in May 2017 I took it to another Honda service dept in Mason City Iowa, they looked over my car, did not fix the issue but still charged me $50, they said nothing was wrong, a day after they cleared the codes, the error messages came back, I research the internet on this issue, and Honda knew about it but didn't have a fix, (https://www.civicx.com/threads/multi-warning-lights-came-on.7200/) now after a year of warning lights going off, and not really knowing if there was a real problem cause my check engine light stayed on while these errors were occurring, after purchasing a new third warranty for my vehicle after the second warranty was about to expire at 125,000 miles, the new warranty company (Car Shield) will not cover the repair cost on the issue with the fuel injectors, they said it was caused by carbon build up, they said that I didn't have regular oil changes, which is so untrue, and that I didn't have the proper maintenance done, now I am fighting with them to cover the $1150 bill at the Honda service dept in Cedar Falls, IA.. I currently have 130k miles on it now, and I don't think there hasn't been many cars with that many miles, so its probably an issue that is coming down the line on these turbo engines
- Al K.,
Fredericksburg, IA, US