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  1. Hi, ive just bought one. I’m getting about 42mpg and thats travelling 25ish miles to work and 25 back. A few roundabouts, 40 zones and a dual carrriageway. Plus a few nipping about town, so I’m ok with that. Sometimes put my foot down too. I reckon if you were to take it easy on a long distance ride, you would probably get a lot more. Depending on driving. Nice relaxing drive drive though. Hope this helps alittle.
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  2. A new clutch will be good, as said before my Accord done 257K on the same clutch and was fine, so I'm surprised the clutch has been changed, was it used for towing. The heated seats may be something simple like fuses, they also only work when sat on them , in case you have just been feeling with your hand. Happy motoring
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  3. It could be water ingress that's seized them in place? Could also explain them all failing at the same time (if that is the case)
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  4. The feed may come through from the cold weather equipment
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  5. not checked rear screen or heated mirrors as yet i can understand one relay packing up but not all four i'll have a play and and see what i can find.
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  6. That is odd, has to be a common connection, such as power feed or earth....worth starting at the switch(s) and working back from there until you find power feed Also, is there a link between the heated rear screen or heated mirrors, do these work as they should?
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  7. The engine should be relevant to the newer generation but dashboard would be different though
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  8. There is a manual for the earlier version (Gen 2) but it shares the same mechanicals as the Gen 3
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  9. Alright guys, I’m Stevie, just joined! I have a turbod ep3 that’s just a money pit lol.
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  10. Hi, just joined. I am from Thanet and have a 2003 Jazz and have a Freed on the way (import).
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  11. Nice looking engine! certainly looks like it packs a punch
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  12. The oil you have in the CRV is synthetic, any good quality Synthetic 0W-30 will do. I have a 2011 CRV same as yours, mines an auto, and things to look out for in my experience are: 1: The front struts and lower arms will do about 110K then will need replacing as the 2.2 is a lump. 2: I had an issue around 90K when the car would cut out occasionally, it would start straight away after but a bit scary. This was cured with a software update. 3: Issue with exhaust manifold leaking, as these are two parts welded together. They were recalled and fixed for free if less than 100K a
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  13. It's probably a bit late for you now, but I had exactly the same problem and posted quite a lot of info in my thread a couple of months earlier:
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  14. FOR SALE Honda Accord Tourer EX iVtec A 2011 (mk8) Silver 2.4 Petrol Automatic 30,060 miles (may go up slightly as it is in occasional use) 2 owners from new, (same family) full Honda service history VGC Spec includes: cream leather interior, heated electric front seats, sunroof, climate control (A/C), Satnav, reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors, paddle shift, cruise control, 6 cd changer, lots of speaks inc. subwoofer, cool box centre consul, automatic lights and wipes, power folding mirrors, professionally fitted t
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  15. Well been out in the Type R and it goes like the wind. Holds the road well and the gear box is so smooth and pulls easy when low revs. I want one
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  16. Hi I have just put a genuine spoiler on my car and yes I believe it is a bit of a faf to change the light. I have attached a link to the fitting instructions of the spoiler. If you look at how you fit it it shows how to fit the light so maybe you could use this in reverse. my advice is to buy a genuine light, I tried a cheap one on eBay and it was rubbish. https://www.coxmotorparts.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/08F02T1G6-.pdf
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  17. Hi Edward......welcome to the forums The compressor is a common fault unfortunately and does cost a lot but worthwhile in the hot weather otherwise you could have bypassed it. I suppose the pressure is off you from no longer living in London where a hybrid or electric would be the only way forward. Good to have you onboard!
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  18. It does sound like an issue with the head unit and maybe a reboot will resolve it. I know there are a huge amount of settings in the back end of the subsystems relating to volume and other functions. Would need to refer to the handbook again for accessing them though
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  19. had a look at online its mostly series 2
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  20. I've just bought a day of access to the Honda MARIS thing for £26, and it won't let me log in, it just keeps directing me to the payment page. Anyone else had this?
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  21. Thank you for the info. I've just rung them and they don't do Honda Civics!
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