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Old 01 Jul 2008, 12:08 pm
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Default Dealer vs. Independent Shop warranty question

So my Transmission needs re-building. I have a 2002 Accord Coupe EX v6. The 2002, unlike the 1999-2001 has not received a recall on the Tranny yet. My question is, if I get my transmission re-built at an independent shop, and then Honda eventually issues a Recall on the Transmission - will I get reimbursed? Or, do I need to have the work done at a Honda Dealership in order to get reimbursed for a future recall?

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