really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
233,606 miles

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2007 Honda Accord fuel system problems

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2007 Honda Accord Owner Comments

problem #4

Feb 032015


  • 47,000 miles


The contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord. While driving at approximately 30 mph, the speed suddenly decreased and would not accelerate. The contact also stated that the vehicle stalled while at a stop light. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who diagnosed that the fuel injection inlet valve failed. The vehicle was repaired. The failure mileage was 47,000.

- Naples, FL, USA

problem #3

Feb 032015

Accord 4-cyl

  • 72,000 miles
Unexpected acceleration with engine stuck at full throttle.. conditions at the time: Snow on road; large snow banks at sides of road.. I had backed out of my driveway in order to turn my car around so as to point front-out.I then started to back down the driveway.the car got stuck against a pile of snow part way into the driveway (we just had a series of large snowstorms, but the night was clear).I placed the transmission in "┐┐drive"┐Ł and attempted to exit the driveway.a wheel stated to spin (I believe it was the right front drivewheel), so I gunned the engine.the car got free, heading toward the snow bank on the side of the road opposite the driveway.I took my foot off the gas and onto the brake, applying force on the brake.the engine remained in full throttle despite my having moved my foot off the gas and onto the brake and my applying force to the brake..the car had propelled itself into the snow bank on the opposite side of the road.the engine remained in full throttle. I could feel the pulsation of the ABS system on the brake pedal under my foot as I continued to try to brake.I finally turned off the ignition. The engine stopped. I placed the transmission into "park".I then turned the ignition back on and started the engine with my foot still on the brake, and immediately the engine was again in full throttle, although in "park"┐Ł -- so there was no movement of the vehicle.I turned off the ignition again.I turned the ignition back on. This time the idle was normal..I was able to back the car back into the driveway.

- Brookline, MA, USA

problem #2

Aug 142014


  • 727,425 miles
While at 30 mph...tried to stop at TL, applied brakes even with 3-4 car distance from car in front of me. Car didn't stop or reduce the speed. Applied brakes again"car exhilarated to higher seed. Didn't stop?it exhilarated seep and hit on the back side of car in front of my car. I don?T expect to happen like this at all, eve with sound mind and driving carefully on road side. I this this is unacceptable for manufacturer like ?Honda" company or from any other company. In deed it a same for me being a Honda customer it did happen to me [xxx] information redacted pursuant to the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552(B)(6).

- Wake Forest, NC, USA

problem #1

Jun 132013


  • 88,000 miles
2007 Honda Accord ex V6 coupe. First failure incident came at around 88,000 miles on the car. Check engine light came on and said it was due to an oxygen sensor bank 2 sensor 1. replaced the oxygen sensor and the code disappeared. At about 96,000 miles the same error code came on. Did some research and found that this was common amongst this model Accord and engine V6. After about 5,000 miles of driving on this code with a new oxygen sensor, the cel(check engine light) flashed. I was driving on the highway in about 70 degree weather and traveling at 65 mph. After pulling over to check the car, the spark plug and coil pack had blown completely out of cylinder number 5..(another common issue for 2007 Honda Accord V6). Have not taken it to the dealer for repair costs, but the entire engine will now have to be replaced. There needs to be a recall out for this as it will not cause me to replace the entire engine. I will be calling Honda as well to see what they will be doing about this problem.

- Chicago, IL, USA

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