3 months after purchase, the Alternator
dies and takes the battery with it,
acceptable. 2 months later, the
transmission dies and we pay $3000 for
a rebuilt, which was received about 3
months after going into the shop. Then,
not too long after that, we notice the
car shifting hard in the mornings,
guess what? seals on the torque
converter are hosed, another $800 for 3
ea. $1.50 seals. and then at about 95K,
the catalytic converter fails, so, we
replace that, and the o2 sensor stuck
in it. and now, at 106K, the drivers
side CV joint is popping when I turn
right. I will never again buy a honda.
The engine still runs...
transmission, obviously, cv joints,
alternator, everything I had a problem
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