Remove the splash shield to provide access to the crankshaft pulley. They are currently working on making update parts to fix this concern. I sure hope my wife doesn't get a flat tire during the winter! I highly advise having it replaced. Should I try a different Honda dealer, is it possible the part is not being installed correctly? It's even worse this winter and really pisses me and my neighbors off. Keep in mind what the person in the link I provided is suggesting is still cheaper than replacing the entire engine out of warranty. Note that this subreddit is unofficial, and you may get responses from anybody.
When the temperature gets too cold outside, the rear tailgate will not open. Now I'm stuck with a worthless 5 yr old car that I still owe money on. Please or to join the conversation. American Honda Contact Information By Phone: By Fax: 1-310-783-3023 24 hours By Mail: American Honda Motor Co. Then especially in the cold the oil orifice isn't big enough to allow the actuator to fill with oil and thus you get a very harsh rattle for a few seconds. Engine temperature indicator was normal. These deposits restrict the ability to scrape and return oil from the cylinder walls to the crankcase.
Brian answered 5 months ago Is it a rattling sound? Remove the wire ties as an assistant keeps light tension on the chain. Not sure if it's steel, but it probably is. I am encouraged that the updated part exists, and hoping this one will not fail. Also, use this handy, on-line from Consumer Reports to get a location-based estimate for any repairs. Technical posts are welcome here however.
I't been rattling some even when ambient temps are warm. Remove the camshaft auto-tensioner chain case cover. Then remove the frame strut or brace if equipped. The car still has oil consumption issue! Many auto associated noises can sound quite similar, but involve different issues. It's taking a slight risk by not repairing it, along with not considering the other associated part replacements. They responded pretty quickly and we negotiated a resolution, so they sent me a Honda Loyalty card that can be used at any Honda dealership for half the cost I was quoted to get the repair. However, also includes disassembly instructions for interior trim panels and exterior items like headlights and tail lights.
If you sign up for notifications in My Garage, we will try to get these to do, but for various reasons some beyond our control cannot guarantee you will receive them. From what I know it may not come out until the end of this year, August is what I've heard. The mechanic also found that the engine was leaking quite a bit of oil for such a new car and he said it had a consumption issue. I called American Honda Dealer Line and asked them if they have a newer Bulletin out there. They know of this issue, one thing I couldn't clarify is if the replacement was updated or will this happen again soemwhere down the line. Verify the actuator has moved to the unlock position.
Secure the chain to the sprocket with a wire tie. Following adjustment, use a tappet locknut wrench to torque the locknuts. We had no oil light come on and we get routine oil changes. It's been happening to different Honda models since 2008! Not quite the best place to rally support against Honda. Bulletin Summary: Service bulletin - at cold start-up, the engine rattles loudly for about 2 seconds.
I had the problem for almost a year. The car was like a raging bull. His started Aug 20,2018, wen I start the car, the engine makes noise shakes during a cold start. Edit: sorry I was off on the years by a little bit. Honda also knows this problem is happening on civic si with k24 and newer crv and accords 2015. I took in in before the latest part was released and was supposed to go back in May, 2016 to have it replaced.
©, 2016 Rick Muscoplat eautorepair. I drive a 07 si and I've never seen that issue on a k20 car. Raise the vehicle on a lift. If you need to dig into your doors, dash or console, Alldatadiy. It seems the dealer has had enough of trying to help me at this point. I also have retained all parts replaced. A technical service bulletin exists for the problem attached.
I feel for the owners with this problem, as I'm sure American Honda does, so hang in there and a fix will be around soon. Good luck to you buddy! The oil control rings may become clogged with carbon deposits. Of course, it would be expensive for Honda to recall all vehicles affected; maybe even catastrophic for them. Bulletin Summary: Service bulletin - the power tailgate won¿t open in temperatures near freezing or colder, but will open in warmer temperatures. Started only in the morning in the cold and progressively got worse. If so, realign the chain as needed. I took it to the shop see attached where the technician removed the timing cover exposing failed parts.