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Honda repairs for service bulletins?

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by get_nick, Dec 2, 2014.

  1. get_nick

    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    The CVT transmission in my HX sucks ass and is about to shit the bed. There are a million TSBs (technical service bulletin) for the transmission. Are these usually covered by honda or is this just something that alerts me the car sucks?
     
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    Year and mileage?
     
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    1997 Civic HX, 204,000 miles.
     
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    You got a lot of life out of it as it is.
     
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    i bought it with 197,000. lol

    i'm trying to sell it with the tranny slipping. i dont' want to have to buy a tranny and do the work. i'm getting lazy as i get older.
     
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    At this point it's something that just tells you the car sucks. Usually TSB's are for a known problem that they will usually fix for free with an extended warranty. Usually they max at 120k miles or so, unless it's a safety item.
     
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