I own two 2002 Honda's that were purchased new, parked in a garage, and have very low mileage. From day one, one vehicle had a problem with the engine light occasionally coming on and the other a problem with the SRS light occasionally coming on. In both cases, getting to the dealer with the indicators still on was a problem; but when I did the only correction was a replaced gas cap for the engine light and a reset on the condition for the SRS light. Well now that I'm beyond my extended warranty (by time, not millage) the indicators now have come on permanently. The fixes: For the engine light, the most expensive oxygen sensor Honda has in a car had to be replaced and for the SRS light, the SRS controller module and a switch in the seat belt buckle had to be replaced. These problems had a history of constantly occurring but minimal was done about it until I had a 4 figure out of pocket repair bill. During the last SRS light experience, I took the vehicle in for the SRS light constantly on and a recalled airbag. After keeping the car for a week due to ordering parts, the car was returned with the SRS light still on(?) They had a problem in understanding that the primary reason I brought the car in wasn't fixed. I immediately gave the car back and I had to wait additional days for the SRS controller to be ordered. After getting the car back, I drove it for about two weeks and the SRS light came on again. They had to order the seat belt switch to fix. I've presently 1 week into the last SRS fix. What next? Also when you make a 7AM appointment and your there a 6:50AM; then you don't see your car pulled into the work area until 8:30AM, then why have appointment?
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