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really awful
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 1
Injuries / Deaths:
2 / 0
Average Mileage:
15,500 miles

About These NHTSA Complaints:

This data is from the NHTSA — the US gov't agency tasked with vehicle safety. Complaints are spread across multiple & redundant categories, & are not organized by problem.

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2007 Honda Accord accessories - interior problems

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2007 Honda Accord Owner Comments

problem #4

Jun 012010


  • 40,000 miles


My air conditioning stopped working in June of 2010. When turned on, warm air came out. When I brought it to the shop to diagnose the problem, I was told that there was a hole in the air compressor and the unit required replacement to fix. The damage, as stated by the repair technician, was caused by "a rock or something" that was kicked up from the road while operating the vehicle, and made a hole in the compressor. The hole cannot be repaired, therefore, the compressor requires replacement. The estimate given for the repair was $1,044. The technician indicated that there was nothing protecting the condenser unit from being hit by road debris, and it is absolutely a design flaw on the part of Honda. If someone is unable to afford the repair cost, this becomes a health concern. When I was driving to a doctor appointment 1 hour away in July on a 98 degree day, I suffered mild heat stroke from having to drive for an hour on the highway with the sun beating down on the car and the heat rising up from the hot pavement and surrounding vehicles on the road. I had to seek an alternate route home using back roads shaded by trees in order to avoid suffering from heat stroke again, and this caused a major inconvenience as it took me 2 hours to get home. It is apparent that this issue has been recurring in Accord since at least the early 2000's, and Honda is being negligent by not addressing it. This is a definite design flaw that Honda should address with a recall, as it is my understanding that the simple addition of some type of screen can remedy the situation and save a lot of trouble and costly repair bills for the consumer. What is most disturbing is that this design flaw poses a health risk for certain individuals in certain situations and, for this reason more than any other, it should be brought to Honda's attention immediately.

- Wading River, NY, USA

problem #3

Mar 252010


  • miles
A/C condenser damaged my rock. Leaks all coolant out. Many people having the same issue.

- Mechanicsville, MD, USA

problem #2

May 262008


  • 22,000 miles
Multiple electrical difficulties vehicle has been at the dealership on 2 separate occasions due to sporadic working of the power door locks and keyless entry system. They still have not found the issue. It is worse when it is humid and/or rains. During the winter months of 2007/2008; the stereo's lcd went warped and the whole stereo had to be replaced. On memorial day 2008; the drivers side seat caught fire while I was sitting in it parked waiting on my children to come out of a theme park. My husband burned his hand trying to put out the fire; and was out of work for about 2-weeks due to the burn. The dealership and Honda refused to take responsibility for this fire; which started inside the seat due to the electronic seats and/or heated leather seats, as determined by the insurance company appraiser. The seat had to be replaced, the electronic seat components, heated leather seat components, part of the center console, and the carpeting and floor mats. We got the car back on July 3. on Monday, July 7; my husband took the car to have it inspected (at the dealership); since the state inspection was past due. They rejected the inspection stating that the electronic system is not recognizing the seat belts. They later changed their tune when I called them and are now trying to say it wasn't that it was the airbag wasn't hooked up; and they could fix it. I know they are lying, and they are trying to cover their tracks as this I am sure is just another electrical issue in my car. I am at my wits end on what to do with this car. I can't afford to trade it in, I have spent over $1000 on rental cars waiting for it to be repaired, and now this. Also, the power door locks still do not work.

- Gloucester, VA, USA

problem #1

Sep 152007

Accord 6-cyl

  • Manual transmission
  • miles
The contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord. The contact purchased a four piece floormat set and noticed a very strong chemical odor. The manufacturer (rally) stated that the mats were made in china and they were unsure how the mats passed the quality control inspection. The quality control plant in china overlooked the mats. The serial number and part number were unknown. The VIN was unavailable.

- Hesperia, CA, USA

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