This bulletin applies to 2013-2016 Honda Accord sedan models. The customer may complain about hearing a flapping or fluttering noise from the left rear of the vehicle when the vent position is set to floor/defrost, recirc is turned on, and the blower speed is set to at least three bars.
Honda announced a recall for certain 2015-2017 Accord models built from March 2014 to September 2017, equipped with a 3.5L V6 engine.
This bulletin applies to 2013-2016 Honda Accord vehicles. When driving under steady cruise between 30 and 65 mph or during light acceleration, if the engine intermittently rattles or runs rough with the MIL blinking, the probable reason is sticking VCM (Variable Cylinder Management) rocker arms, since these conditions are likely to activate VCM operation.
This bulletin applies to 2013-2016 Honda Accord V6 vehicles. While driving under steady cruise between 30 mph and 65 mph, or during light acceleration, the engine may intermittently rattle or run rough, accompanied by a blinking MIL.
This bulletin applies to 2017 Honda Accord models equipped with a 2.4L engine. While running an all-DTC check with the i-HDS, P0562 may be found, but with no apparent symptoms and the MIL not illuminated.
If you plan to replace the engine block on a 2003-2007 Honda Element, or Accord, 2006-2007 Civic or 2007 CR-V, make sure you also replace the coolant separator/diverter.
Honda ECM/PCM connectors are now embossed with geometric shape symbols to easily tell them apart. Connector A (white) has a square; connector B (gray) has a triangle; and connector C (green) has a circle.
This bulletin applies to 2006-2010 Honda Ridgeline, 2003-2010 Accord, 2006-2010 Civic, 2007-2010 CR-V, 2009-2010 Fit, 2005-2010 Odyssey and 2009-2010 Pilot vehicles.
This bulletin applies to a number of Honda vehicles including 2011-2012 Accord, 2012 Civic and Civic Hybrid, 2011-2012 Crosstour, 2012 CR-V, 2011-2012 CR-Z, 2011 Element, 2011-2012 Fit, Insight and Odyssey, 2012 Pilot and 2012 Ridgeline.
This bulletin applies to the 2008-2012 Honda Accord V6 equipped with an automatic transmission. If DTC P3400 (VPS stuck off bank 1) and/or P3497 (VPS stuck off bank 2) is set, check engine oil level, as low oil pressure can set these codes.
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