Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) for the 2017 Accord Hybrid are official communications between Honda & their dealerships that describe processes for troubleshooting or fixing certain common problems. All vehicle manufacturers are required by U.S. law to make their TSBs available to the public.

    STEERING

    • TSB #A19050B

      Date Announced:
      MAY 16, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10160545

      ServiceNews Article - When removing and installing a cable reel, you need to keep both the cable reel and the steering angle sensor in position. If you don't , the VSA indicator may come on along with one or more VSA DTCs. Read More »

    • TSB #A15060D

      Date Announced:
      AUG 03, 2017
      NHTSA ID:
      #10115757

      Service news article - To prevent damage during shipping, leather-wrapped steering wheels come with a protective plastic covering. Read More »

    STEERING:WHEEL AND HANDLE BAR

    • TSB #A15060D

      Date Announced:
      AUG 03, 2017
      NHTSA ID:
      #10115757

      Service news article - To prevent damage during shipping, leather-wrapped steering wheels come with a protective plastic covering. Read More »

    SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC

    • TSB #ONL6TM02272020

      Date Announced:
      FEB 27, 2020
      NHTSA ID:
      #10171978

      Owner Notification Letter - On some Accord Hybrid models, the brake tandem motor cylinder may only operate in failsafe mode if saltwater (in areas where road salt is used) enters the brake tandem motor cylinder and corrodes its metal ... Read More »

    • TSB #A20-001

      Date Announced:
      FEB 07, 2020
      NHTSA ID:
      #10171184

      Service Bulletin - The brake tandem motor cylinder on certain vehicles may only operate in failsafe mode if saltwater (in areas where road salt is used) enters the brake tandem motor cylinder and corrodes its metal components. Read More »

    • TSB #A20-001

      Date Announced:
      JAN 14, 2020
      NHTSA ID:
      #10170609

      Service Bulletin - The brake tandem motor cylinder on certain vehicles may only operate in failsafe mode if saltwater (in areas where road salt is used) enters the brake tandem motor cylinder and corrodes its metal components. Read More »

    • TSB #ABOM01142020

      Date Announced:
      JAN 14, 2020
      NHTSA ID:
      #10170611

      Dealer Message - Today, American Honda is announcing a Product Update for certain 2017 Accord Hybrid vehicles due to improperly manufactured brake tandem motor cylinders (TMOC) that, under certain conditions, may cause the vehicle to ... Read More »

    • TSB #A19100B

      Date Announced:
      OCT 18, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10166785

      ServiceNews Article - Is the BRAKE and/or BRAKE SYSTEM indicator on with DTC P1E4D-00 (motor angle signal malfunction)? Our initial investigation points to the motor assembly on the tandem motor cylinder. Read More »

    • TSB #A19100B

      Date Announced:
      OCT 10, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10166434

      ServiceNews Article - Is the MIL on with DTC P1E4D-00 (motor angle signal malfunction)? Our initial investigation points to the motor assembly on the tandem motor cylinder. Read More »

    SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:FOUNDATION COMPONENTS:MASTER CYLINDER

    • TSB #A20-001

      Date Announced:
      FEB 07, 2020
      NHTSA ID:
      #10171184

      Service Bulletin - The brake tandem motor cylinder on certain vehicles may only operate in failsafe mode if saltwater (in areas where road salt is used) enters the brake tandem motor cylinder and corrodes its metal components. Read More »

    ENGINE (PWS)

    • TSB #A17010B

      Date Announced:
      JAN 28, 2017
      NHTSA ID:
      #10098910

      "SERVICE NEWS ARTICLE - THERE¿S A NEW ENGINE OIL AVAILABLE: HONDA ULTIMATE FULL SYNTHETIC 0W-16 MOTOR OIL (P/N 08798-9062). THIS NEW OIL IS DESIGNED TO FURTHER REDUCE FRICTION AND IMPROVE EFFICIENCY. Read More »

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING

    • TSB #A19-042

      Date Announced:
      JUL 17, 2020
      NHTSA ID:
      #10177396

      Service Bulletin - Heat from the daytime running light (DRL) LEDs may damage the DRL lens. If the lens is damaged, it may appear that some of the DRL LEDs are not working. Read More »

    • TSB #ARPO12092019

      Date Announced:
      DEC 09, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10169498

      Dealer Message - Effective immediately, we will begin collecting the headlights listed on the Service Bulletin A19-042, Warranty Extension: Daytime Running Lights LEDs. Read More »

    • TSB #A19-042

      Date Announced:
      DEC 07, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10169057

      Service Bulletin - Heat from the daytime running light (DRL) LEDs may damage the DRL lens. If the lens is damaged, it may appear that some of the DRL LEDs are not working. Read More »

    • TSB #ONL6H106102019

      Date Announced:
      JUN 10, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10161317

      Owner Notification Letter - Heat from the daytime running light (DRL) LEDs may damage the DRL lens. If the lens is damaged, it may appear that some of the DRL LEDs are not working. Read More »

    • TSB #A19-042

      Date Announced:
      APR 16, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10159030

      Service Bulletin - Heat from the daytime running light (DRL) LEDs may damage the DRL lens. If the lens is damaged, it may appear that some of the DRL LEDs are not working. Read More »

    • TSB #A19-042

      Date Announced:
      APR 10, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10158714

      Service Bulletin - Heat from the daytime running light (DRL) LEDs may damage the DRL lens. If the lens is damaged, it may appear that some of the DRL LEDs are not working. Read More »

    SEATS

    • TSB #A19-029

      Date Announced:
      JAN 22, 2020
      NHTSA ID:
      #10170783

      Service Bulletin - There is a loud buzzing or whining when adjusting the driver's or front passenger's seat forward and backward. The flex cable in the seat adjustment mechanism is not correctly lubricated. Read More »

    • TSB #A19-029

      Date Announced:
      DEC 18, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10169975

      Service Bulletin - There is a loud buzzing or whining when adjusting the driver's or front passenger's seat forward and backward. The flex cable in the seat adjustment mechanism is not correctly lubricated. Read More »

    • TSB #A19-029 (v2)

      Date Announced:
      NOV 05, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10167690

      Service Bulletin - There is a loud buzzing or whining when adjusting the driver's or front passenger's seat forward and backward. The flex cable in the seat adjustment mechanism is not correctly lubricated. Read More »

    • TSB #A19-029

      Date Announced:
      NOV 04, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10167689

      Service Bulletin - There is a loud buzzing or whining when adjusting the driver's or front passenger's seat forward and backward. The flex cable in the seat adjustment mechanism is not correctly lubricated. Read More »

    EQUIPMENT

    • TSB #A19-042

      Date Announced:
      APR 16, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10159030

      Service Bulletin - Heat from the daytime running light (DRL) LEDs may damage the DRL lens. If the lens is damaged, it may appear that some of the DRL LEDs are not working. Read More »

    EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE

    • TSB #A19-042

      Date Announced:
      APR 16, 2019
      NHTSA ID:
      #10159030

      Service Bulletin - Heat from the daytime running light (DRL) LEDs may damage the DRL lens. If the lens is damaged, it may appear that some of the DRL LEDs are not working. Read More »