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Old 14 Aug 2006, 08:09 pm
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Default Honda Pilot 2006 Problem

Hello,
I got a big problem with my Honda Pilot 2006 which has just
1200 miles - yes it has one thousand and two hundred miles on it. I
got this 20 days before. I was driving yesterday going about 55 - 60
mph, started giving some sound under the hood, stopped and visually
inspected if some thing went in from the road. But there is nothing I
can see. After some time the sound was stopped. But whenever I tried to
accelarate I can hear the sound. After some time it stopped making
sound. Then even though I tried to accelarate, the vehile is not
picking up the speed slowly slowly after some time it was stopped on
the road. Then I had to get it towed to the dealer. Did any one got
same type of problem. Can some one please comment on what could be the
problem ? or any suggestions are appreciated.

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Old 14 Aug 2006, 09:27 pm
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That is why it came with a warranty.


"Honda" <dennis197@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hello,
> I got a big problem with my Honda Pilot 2006 which has just
> 1200 miles - yes it has one thousand and two hundred miles on it. I
> got this 20 days before. I was driving yesterday going about 55 - 60
> mph, started giving some sound under the hood, stopped and visually
> inspected if some thing went in from the road. But there is nothing I
> can see. After some time the sound was stopped. But whenever I tried to
> accelarate I can hear the sound. After some time it stopped making
> sound. Then even though I tried to accelarate, the vehile is not
> picking up the speed slowly slowly after some time it was stopped on
> the road. Then I had to get it towed to the dealer. Did any one got
> same type of problem. Can some one please comment on what could be the
> problem ? or any suggestions are appreciated.
>



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Old 14 Aug 2006, 10:27 pm
'Curly Q. Links'
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Honda wrote:
>
> Hello,
> I got a big problem with my Honda Pilot 2006 which has just
> 1200 miles - yes it has one thousand and two hundred miles on it. I
> got this 20 days before. I was driving yesterday going about 55 - 60
> mph, started giving some sound under the hood, stopped and visually
> inspected if some thing went in from the road. But there is nothing I
> can see. After some time the sound was stopped. But whenever I tried to
> accelarate I can hear the sound. After some time it stopped making
> sound. Then even though I tried to accelarate, the vehile is not
> picking up the speed slowly slowly after some time it was stopped on
> the road. Then I had to get it towed to the dealer. Did any one got
> same type of problem. Can some one please comment on what could be the
> problem ? or any suggestions are appreciated.



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Funny, I'd have thought the CHECK ENGINE light would have come on.

'Curly'
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Old 15 Aug 2006, 06:52 am
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Default Re: Honda Pilot 2006 Problem

Does your state have a "lemon law"? If so I suggest you start
researching it immediately!


'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> Honda wrote:
> >
> > Hello,
> > I got a big problem with my Honda Pilot 2006 which has just
> > 1200 miles - yes it has one thousand and two hundred miles on it. I
> > got this 20 days before. I was driving yesterday going about 55 - 60
> > mph, started giving some sound under the hood, stopped and visually
> > inspected if some thing went in from the road. But there is nothing I
> > can see. After some time the sound was stopped. But whenever I tried to
> > accelarate I can hear the sound. After some time it stopped making
> > sound. Then even though I tried to accelarate, the vehile is not
> > picking up the speed slowly slowly after some time it was stopped on
> > the road. Then I had to get it towed to the dealer. Did any one got
> > same type of problem. Can some one please comment on what could be the
> > problem ? or any suggestions are appreciated.

>
>
> -------------------------------------------
>
> Funny, I'd have thought the CHECK ENGINE light would have come on.
>
> 'Curly'


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Old 15 Aug 2006, 06:55 am
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Default Re: Honda Pilot 2006 Problem

Yes, After I hear the sounds, the "CHECK ENGINE" Light was on. What
could be the reason ? Any comments or suggestions...



'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> Honda wrote:
> >
> > Hello,
> > I got a big problem with my Honda Pilot 2006 which has just
> > 1200 miles - yes it has one thousand and two hundred miles on it. I
> > got this 20 days before. I was driving yesterday going about 55 - 60
> > mph, started giving some sound under the hood, stopped and visually
> > inspected if some thing went in from the road. But there is nothing I
> > can see. After some time the sound was stopped. But whenever I tried to
> > accelarate I can hear the sound. After some time it stopped making
> > sound. Then even though I tried to accelarate, the vehile is not
> > picking up the speed slowly slowly after some time it was stopped on
> > the road. Then I had to get it towed to the dealer. Did any one got
> > same type of problem. Can some one please comment on what could be the
> > problem ? or any suggestions are appreciated.

>
>
> -------------------------------------------
>
> Funny, I'd have thought the CHECK ENGINE light would have come on.
>
> 'Curly'


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Old 15 Aug 2006, 07:01 am
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Yes, I live in FL. FL has 'lemon law'. Thank you


AngusBull wrote:
> Does your state have a "lemon law"? If so I suggest you start
> researching it immediately!
>
>
> 'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> > Honda wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello,
> > > I got a big problem with my Honda Pilot 2006 which has just
> > > 1200 miles - yes it has one thousand and two hundred miles on it. I
> > > got this 20 days before. I was driving yesterday going about 55 - 60
> > > mph, started giving some sound under the hood, stopped and visually
> > > inspected if some thing went in from the road. But there is nothing I
> > > can see. After some time the sound was stopped. But whenever I tried to
> > > accelarate I can hear the sound. After some time it stopped making
> > > sound. Then even though I tried to accelarate, the vehile is not
> > > picking up the speed slowly slowly after some time it was stopped on
> > > the road. Then I had to get it towed to the dealer. Did any one got
> > > same type of problem. Can some one please comment on what could be the
> > > problem ? or any suggestions are appreciated.

> >
> >
> > -------------------------------------------
> >
> > Funny, I'd have thought the CHECK ENGINE light would have come on.
> >
> > 'Curly'


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Old 15 Aug 2006, 07:01 am
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"AngusBull" <jay.angus@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Does your state have a "lemon law"? If so I suggest you start
> researching it immediately!


For his first glitch before even giving the dealer a chance to fix it?

That's called "jumping the gun".


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Old 15 Aug 2006, 07:12 am
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Seth wrote:
> "AngusBull" <jay.angus@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1155642757.543375.129030@i3g2000cwc.googlegro ups.com...
>> Does your state have a "lemon law"? If so I suggest you start
>> researching it immediately!

>
> For his first glitch before even giving the dealer a chance to fix it?
>
> That's called "jumping the gun".


For sure on "Jumping the gun."

Most "Lemon Laws" apply only to a recurring problem which cannot be
fixed by the dealer/manufacturer in two or three attempts. Also, the
defect/problem must be something major, as opposed to a faulty ash tray,
which this owner's problem seems likely to be.

Again, though, you might want to see what the dealer and Honda have to
say about this. Might even want to see what their response is with
regard to the Check Engine light coming on. Did you ignore it? Can't
really tell from your account of the incident.
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Old 15 Aug 2006, 09:04 am
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AngusBull wrote:
> Does your state have a "lemon law"? If so I suggest you start
> researching it immediately!
>


Lemon laws apply to vehicles which have been back multiple times for
repair of the same defect and still haven't been fixed properly. They
can be very useful. In fact, we had a 1998 Chrysler van bought back by
Chrysler under the CA lemon law because the dealer couldn't fix the ****
dash lights.

It doesn't apply in this case, at least not yet, as the poster has only
had whatever the problem is in for repair once.

John
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Old 15 Aug 2006, 09:49 am
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I did not ignore the "CHECK ENGINE" light. This light came on just
before it stopped. I am still waiting for response from the Honda
service.


Unquestionably Confused wrote:
> Seth wrote:
> > "AngusBull" <jay.angus@gmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:1155642757.543375.129030@i3g2000cwc.googlegro ups.com...
> >> Does your state have a "lemon law"? If so I suggest you start
> >> researching it immediately!

> >
> > For his first glitch before even giving the dealer a chance to fix it?
> >
> > That's called "jumping the gun".

>
> For sure on "Jumping the gun."
>
> Most "Lemon Laws" apply only to a recurring problem which cannot be
> fixed by the dealer/manufacturer in two or three attempts. Also, the
> defect/problem must be something major, as opposed to a faulty ash tray,
> which this owner's problem seems likely to be.
>
> Again, though, you might want to see what the dealer and Honda have to
> say about this. Might even want to see what their response is with
> regard to the Check Engine light coming on. Did you ignore it? Can't
> really tell from your account of the incident.


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