hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
52,720 miles

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2007 Honda Fit steering problems

steering problem

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2007 Honda Fit Owner Comments

problem #5

Jan 122007

Fit 4-cyl

  • 51,000 miles


The contact owns a 2007 Honda Fit. The contact stated that while driving 30 mph, the power steering malfunctioned. The power steering light also illuminated at the time of the failure. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where the contact stated that there was a short in the power steering system but no remedy was unavailable. The contact found a related tsb but it only applied to vehicles under 36,000 miles. The failure mileage was approximately 51,000. The consumer believed the electronic steering control module was defective. Updated evoq 02/03/11.

- Savoy, IL, USA

problem #4

Jul 172010

Fit 4-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 56,000 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Honda Fit. While attempting to reverse from a parking space, the steering wheel would not move. The contact shut off the vehicle and when restarting, the vehicle resumed normal operation. The failure recurred within a month and the vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer for diagnosis. The dealer determined that the electrical steering module would need replacing. There were no prior warnings of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The current and failure mileage was 56,000. Updated 12/01/10. Updated 12/07/10

- Cranbury, NJ, USA

problem #3

Sep 032009

Fit 4-cyl

  • 62,000 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Honda Fit. The contact stated that the electrical power steering failed intermittently when the vehicle had been parked over night. There is also no power steering and the power steering warning light remains illuminated. The contact has to turn the vehicle off and then restart it to reset itself. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for this problem and they stated that they had to replace the control module. The contact is responsible for the repair cost. There are no related recalls on this vehicle. The contact requested that the manufacturer would authorize a goodwill repair for his vehicle. The failure mileage was 62,000. Updated 01/19/10 the consumer stated the eps light stays on. And the only way it goes out, is if the consumer shuts the vehicle off and then restart it. On several occasions, the light will illuminate again, and the power steering is lost. Updated 01/20/10 updated 02/01/10.

- Shrub Oak , NY, USA

problem #2

Oct 062009

Fit 4-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 67,000 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Honda Fit. The power steering warning light illuminated on the instrument control panel immediately after the vehicle was started. He also lost power steering while driving in reverse. The vehicle will be inspected by a dealer. The failure and current mileages were 92,052. Updated 12/07/09. The dealer informed the consumer the electronic power steering was failing and it needed to be replaced. Updated 12/08/09

- Bethlhem , GA, USA

problem #1

Jan 212008

Fit 4-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 27,600 miles
(1) no warnings or events leading to the failure are evident. It has happened 4 times in that last 2 weeks. (2) the "power steering control unit" quits or "goes out" occasionally causing the total loss of power steering. It is not gradual, it just quits. To get power steering back, the car must be stopped, put in park, engine turned off, wait for a few seconds, then restart the engine. So far, it has not caused an accident, but the last time it quit, I was in the middle of a turn on narrow streets at a city intersection and nearly ran up on a curb. (3) a Honda dealership service center performed the Honda-specified diagnostics and found an "error code" of some sort and then performed the Honda-dictated procedures to remove the code. I was told by the service advisor that they do not know what caused the failure nor could they tell me that the source problem had been corrected, but only that a computer code had been removed.

- Purcellville, VA, USA

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