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8.2

pretty bad
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
4,440 miles

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2007 Honda Civic AC / heater problems

AC / heater problem

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2007 Honda Civic Owner Comments

problem #4

Aug 172009

Civic

  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Air conditioner stopped working. I took it into the dealer for diagnostics they told me that my air compressor was hit by road debris and it's not covered by manufacturer warranty.

- Rensselaer, NY, USA

problem #3

Jul 172008

Civic

  • 14,458 miles
Purchased 2007 Honda Civic ex on 3/10/07. On 8/7/07 took car in for routine maint. Oil pan drain plug replaced. On 8/9/07 steering system made noise when turning. Took to dealer, no problem found. On 10/8/07 took car back to dealer with same issue. Dealer said "during assembly some rear wheel speed sensors may have been improperly installed and do not seal the hub assembly. Sensors were inspected and they deemed no repair necessary. On 12/26/07 took car to dealer for same noise when turning wheel. Steering wheel locked up when driving!! when accelerating, car made a whining type of noise. Dealer kept my car over night and found P/S pump whining due to no fluid in system. P/S rack was leaking. Power steering reservoir was empty. Found power steering rack leaking from both ends. Replaced power steering rack and realigned wheels. On 7/7/08 took car to dealer, steering wheel locked up again while driving. Still have noise when turning the steering wheel back and forth. Dealer kept my car for 3 days without giving a loner to me. When dealer did diagnostic, they pulled up 7 codes and stated "gauge control lost communication, may be old codes related to past repairs. Did not find a cause for steering to lock. Found that the noise when turning the wheel was caused from the seal at the firewall was rubbing on steering shaft. Corrected insulation and found when at idle and turning wheel, hood vibrated and made a noise. They adjusted rubber stoppers and rechecked saying it is all ok. Now, today on 7/17/08 I had steering wheel lock up on me for a brief second. Took my car to a mechanic I know and they told me to fill out this form. They said the noise I hear in my steering column should have been fixed by dealer. I called dealer at 3 pm today and will be taking my car back to dealer tomorrow morning at 9. my car is still randomly having the steering freeze on me when driving, the noise when turning my steering wheel, and I now have a crackling noise in my A/C!

- Sacramento, CA, USA

problem #2

Jan 152008

(reported on)

Civic

  • miles
2007 Honda Civic with several problems. Consumer states that the fuses had no protective cover under the driver side dash. Steering was not aligned and the air conditioner was blowing hot air. And odometer is not registering properly.

- Old Bethpage, NY, USA

problem #1

Jan 132007

Civic 4-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 3,300 miles
Air conditioning condenser coil received damage apparently caused bt a pebble that was kicked up while driving on the highway. This appears to be a common problem amongst Honda owners from the research I've done, particularly with late-model Honda. There is virtually no protection against such an event and this part appears much too fragile to be exposed as it is. The condenser must be replaced and I'm waiting to hear from the service manager whether he'll cover it under the warranty, but I'm expecting to have to file an insurance claim.

- Hammond, LA, USA

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