It is believed that the Honda Accord is one of the most beloved cars ever. As a matter of fact, it is ranked amongst the coolest. Excellent engineering and comfort are the two major reasons Honda owners often go for the same model over again.
However, it is true that every other vehicles develop mechanical problems at some point in time. But based on reported complains, Honda now seems to be one of the leading cars in matters of mechanical issues.
What are the most Honda Accord common problems?
Here are some common problems and complaints about the Accord as reported by owners to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
2018-2019 10 generation
- Auto braking system engages for no reason
- TPMS warning lights come on for no reason consistently
- A rattling sound coming from the driver side of the dash
2013-2017 9 generation
- Power steering loss
- Battery failure
- Faulty starter motors
- High engine oil consumption
- Daytime led lights burning out
- Poor headlight illumination
- Gear noise while shifting
2008-2012 8 generation
- Excessive brake wear and noise
- Engine misfires
- High oil consumption
- Air conditioning problems
- Uncomfortable seats
- Engine knocking initially when start up the engine especially in cold weather
- Leak and Noise from steering
Other Honda Accord common problems for over 50,000 miles car and over.
- Vibration when braking:It is believed that warped front brake rotors is the major cause of this Honda car problem. It can be rattling, shaking or a rubbing kind of sensation.
- Oil and coolant leaks: Certain models of Honda car can leak oil externally or allow coolant into the combustion chamber due to a faulty head gasket, it happened to over 75,000 miles or more.
- Engine: Engine Stalling Due to Failed Crankshaft and/or Camshaft Sensor. The engine may stall when the engine is warmed up.
- Compliance Bushing Cracking: If you hear squealing or feel shuddering when turning, it could mean that a part of the steering/suspension mechanism is broken. The compliance bushing is typically the culprit, especially in Accords with 60,000 miles or more.