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  1. I will take that as a no idea then 😞 I’ve taken the option of buying a replacement actuator and bracket, will check it works then smash the old one to bits….yay
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  2. Hi all, Just after a bit of advice, have the 2.2 diesel 58 plate. There is a leak on the power steering hose. Was told that the honda accord 2.2 pipe would fit.. it doesn't. (Tried this because the accord pipe was £20 compared to the crv pipe which is £96). The only difference was the thread was different and the male connector was wider. Anyone had the same problem and know a way to find a cheaper one? Every single scrappy I've contacted has sold out of them as soon as they get them in and talking mega bucks going to main dealer which we can't afford. MOT due soon and it will definitely fail on the amount its leaking. Thanks in advance Kelly
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  3. Hi Trevor Yep always had an appetite for slightly off route cars, even the bus (Accord) is a bit rare being a type S. biggest regret is selling an old Opel Monza, I restored and had for a long time, I think its still out there, last time it cropped up on ebay at 7k I sold it for £1400. and it did not look like it had much work by its subsequent owners. Don't think the same could be said for the Humber sceptre estate , think these were only made for a couple of years, badge engineering before VW, Audi, Seat etc. And sports tourers try and dig some piccies out Regards Kel
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  4. thats a very nice welcome,thak you.
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  5. I just put the disc in with the ignition on and it updated itself in under 5 minutes to the 2017-18 version . Problem solved
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  6. No probs Unfortunately the purple Integra is no longer with us, the last owner ended up in a ditch as I saw an advert for parts on E-bay. part ex for a DC5 , that then got part exed at a local Honda garage for my first Accord estate, and since that one appears to have vanished off the face of the planet. pity I messed up the formatting though Kel
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  7. Cheers feeling very old nowadays but not been told to grow up with the CRX and I was a lot younger last time the aerodeck was on the road
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  8. You could always increase the tyre profile (e.g. a larger profile height) which will provide more 'cushioning' over bumpy surfaces. Unless you want to corner fast then the handling will still be acceptable but much more smoother ride. I have done the same thing on my BMW Z3 and so much more pleasant to drive nowadays 🙂
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  9. Hi CivicCol......welcome to the Club Type S Civic.....getting quite rare on the roads now so worth keeping it up together to realise a good price for it when you go to sell it in the future. The questions you ask would be better placed in a new topic in the Civic section of the forum as more members (specifically interested in the Civic) may be able to answer a few of them. Good to have you onboard and good luck with the maintenance tasks
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  10. Hello All! I am selling my Honda Accord EuroR. Its in pristine condition for a 18yrs old car. Was imported in 2014. Fully serviced and ready to go. Please view my autotrader advert for all details. https://www.autotrader.co.uk/car-details/202106294389337
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  11. Only just joined myself (ie 1pm 24/06/21) so don't want to tread on any experts feet, especially as I will be looking for help myself later. However have you tried any of the treatments for the plastic headlights, you tube abounds with how to on them but I don't know whats best. I did get some reasonable results with my sisters Scenics headlights once using houseold CIF paste (I heard toothpaste works) and fine wet and dry plus water, as ever I would test a small area first and I would hope the trade stuff would work better, although they still look like paste and polishing paper. You will have to watch the proximity of teh spoiler though. Hope it helps Kel
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  12. Recently I had a bad experience. I bought a 2017 10th Gen Honda Civic. The car is excellent. However afte 6 months I saw some warning light came on dashboard regarding break later it disappeared. After couple of days I saw all the warning lights came on. The warning lights went off whilst I was driving to dealer garage. They said it could low voltage problem. After couple of days all the warning lights came on again. I took it to garage on 21 May, 2021 the said the fixed it and also asked fro some parts to be replaced. again within a week I saw my break is ceasing and all the warning light was also on all together. This time they said I have to wait for the parts and now I am waiting for the parts for last 7 weeks. Dealer said they cant do anything about parts. I contacted Honda, they aid your parts may arrive 1st week of August. I was really upset. I bought the car for £12k plus for driving. On top I am paying insurance on top for 2 months for nothing. Both dealer and Honda says they can't do anything. I don't know whether Honda in UK is having any problem in their supply chain and customers are suffering. Be ware guys. I will advise others not to buy Honda.
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