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definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
20,833 miles

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2007 Honda Accord lights problems

lights problem

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2007 Honda Accord Owner Comments

problem #6

Jan 022012


  • 43,000 miles


The contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord. The contact stated that while driving approximately 15 mph and approaching a turn, the steering wheel began to vibrate. The failure recurred whenever attempting a turn. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who advised the contact that the power steering pump would need to be replaced. In addition, both headlights failed to operate and were replaced once a year on numerous times. The vehicle had not been repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 43,000.

- Jersey City, NJ, USA

problem #5

Nov 302008


  • 34,000 miles
2007 Honda Accord. Headlights flicker periodically. Suspect taillights are doing the same. Reported to dealership. They tested battery and charging system and could not find a problem. Took to my mechanic. Same result. Replaced bulbs in lights. Problem remains. Had electronics shop check all data system but there are no listings. Online bulletin board suggests this is a pervasive issue with Honda vehicles but Honda has not addressed it. I don't know if this is an electrical problem or just faulty vehicles but the dimming of lights at night time when following another driver could be mistaken as me trying to get their attention. In the seattle, wa area that could be a dangerous thing.... please help!!

- Seattle, WA, USA

problem #4

Dec 152008


  • 48,000 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord SE. He stated that the low beams have failed which reduces his visibility. He has replaced the bulb and verified that the fuse was in normal condition. He has not taken the vehicle to the dealer to have it inspected to determine the cause of the failure. He notified the manufacturer and was not provided with any assistance. The failure and current mileages were 48,000.

- Hull, MA, USA

problem #3

Jul 072007


  • 0 miles


It's a major design flaw of Honda to deviate from the standard that the dash lights do not illuminate unless the headlights are on. I'm sure most other drivers are accustomed to this standard. Compound that with other vehicle models (of which we have two) that will turn on headlights automatically, and you have serious potential to drive at night without nothing but the automatic running lights on. These running lights produce enough reflective light, along with the dash lights, to lead the driver to believe they have the headlights on.

- Spring, TX, USA

problem #2

Sep 062007


  • miles
I am an otr cdl-licensed driver, and, on more than a few occasions over the past 6 months, I have observed several models of Nissan and Honda vehicles cruising at dusk with their dash lights on, but with no exterior marker, parking, tail, or headlights burning. They are virtually invisible, especially when mixed in with other normally-illuminated vehicles. When alerted as they pass by horn and flashing lights, the driver's usual reaction is to slam on the brakes, and then turn on the headlights. If the headlight switch is configured to actuate the dash lights separately from the exterior lights, that is a definite safety problem. The problem also may be with the allowable threshold sensitivity of the twilight sensor.

- Decatur, GA, USA

problem #1

Mar 062007


  • miles
The brake lights for Honda Accord '07 have lead indicator lights. It is very glaring even at day time which very irritating to the person driving behind the car. More over, it is a big safety issue for the person to drive in this situation because of this brake lights because it creates head ache. I talked many people about it, they complain the same. It should be replaced with conventional light. I am not sure if any other auto maker using this same kind of light. All this lights should be replaced with conventional brake light.

- Houston, TX, USA

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