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2007 Honda Accord Owner Comments

problem #2

Mar 152008


  • miles


I have seen this problem on both Honda and Acura models. The dash board is illuminated and the day time running light are on but the headlights are not. The problem is the driver believes the lights are on as the dash board is on and they have some forward vision. I believe the problem is the owners forget to manually turn on the headlights. It appears as if the headlights are on when in fact they are not. The main problems is the tail lamps are not on. Twice in the recent past on a dark curved section of the highway I have almost changed lanes into a black Honda Accord and on a different occasion a black Acura tsx due to the same issue. From behind in the dark they are basically invisible. Both times I have tried to notify the driver and both times I was unsuccessful. I could see their instrument panel illuminated and could not get them to understand their headlight were not on since from their perspective everything was on. Either the headlights should turn on automatically or the instrument panel should not be illuminated if the headlight are off. The current operation of these vehicles is unsafe.

- Moorpark, CA, USA

problem #1

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

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