Like tires, brake pads or the shoes on your feet, everything wears out and when it does, that does not mean you did not receive good value for your money. . Honda did fix the problem for the 2009 model. Your Honda Accord's trunk lid latch is critical to its performance and safety. The trunk lid does not lock properly in place. I would have stood there all morning slamming that sucker until it obeyed.
My question was on the removal of the latch down inside the back edge of the door so that I could install the cable from the lever so that I could open the door from inside the car. This is a unsafe condition that could cause a serious accident to anyone not familiar with this situation. The rod that holds the trunk in place fell down on her head. When the rear compartment lid release relay is energized, battery positive voltage is supplied to the rear compartment lid lock release actuator causing the actuator to energize releasing the rear compartment lid. At some point someone could be seriously injured. Sep 20, 2012 There is a possibility that the remote latch cable is stuck lubrication is gone.
The dealer was informed of the failure and advised her to bring the vehicle in to be repaired under warranty. It has come down on our heads multiple times. That's why we started PartRequest. All of our family members have been hit in the head and back by the trunk door. Advised that rods were working properly.
Make sure the door locks and opens properly. Using a small screwdriver, you can easily press the actuator and turn the alarm off. When trunk lid up, it comes crashing down on my head. Dealership unwilling to assist with problem; american Honda corp. The key has gotten stuck in the ignition twice and would not come out until the next day. Again Toyota cars seem not having this kind of problem.
We recommend avoiding this model year like the plague. The contact observed that the exterior body clear coat paint was peeling severely on the roof, hood and trunk lid area. Remove the screws C, D securing the latch E and the lock cable protector. I thought I would get to use the trunk now, but lately, she's been talking about going shopping, because we will have room for so many more presents this Christmas. Incidents of the trunk lid hitting someone in the head or back have occurred. The paint has faded on the roof and is now fading on the trunk lid.
My wife and I on several occasions have opened the truck lid. Seats: driver seat is not well designed and causing awkward and uncomfortable and fatigue position while driving. Another complaint about the trunk lid is the sealing. Honda says the bar connecting to the hinges own made anymore. Please look into this serious safety problem. The stereo backlight problem has been an issue since these Accords were only a few years old.
Occasionally, after the lid has been opened, it will start to close. When using the rear door handle I can hear the end of the cable moving around near the door latch. Consumer and other family members have been hit in the head several times while loading and unloading items from the trunk. Advised that rods were working properly. Perfect for hauling just about anything from gardening supplies to construction materials, even the family pet. I went to the Honda dealer and also wrote to their headquarters and they said that there is nothing they can do about the trunk lid.
I found that out after having this car for more than 2 years and had a flat tire. I should have reported this long ago. How can I get at the latch inside the back of the door to complete the replacement of the old cable with my new one? The trunk lid alarm 'switch' is operated by the trunk latch when you open or close the lid. Interior problem 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 70000 miles My 4-doors all work well except when I want to get out of the driver's seat. There must be a way to fix this before I get a concussion.