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my first 1980 Honda accord is still alive and kicking in NJ, I sold it to a friend 7 years ago; I have/had a Civic 2006 EX less than 20,K, worked ok but suddenly went dead while I was driving yesterday, returning from grocery shopping with fresh fish in auto; kind individuals assisted me at street when it went dead "NO WARNING LIGHTS OR MESSAGES" had it towed to Honda repair, they said it was a bolt to ENGINE BLOCK, NEEDS ENGINE REPLACEMENT, I WAS very upset, b.p. shot upward, had it towed to Honda dealership, am awaiting their response, I read in Edmonds and other car complaint sites that Honda is aware of the cracked engine block, I am a senior citizen, car is garaged, I take excellent care of my Civic, am so shocked at the unreliability of this product, since I always respected Honda's excellent reputation for quality cars, don't know how to resolve thisReport it
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