2007 Honda CIVIC Power Train Automatic Transmission problems & defects.

2007 Honda CIVIC Power Train Automatic Transmission problems & defects.
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Free information about the most common 2007 Honda CIVIC problems and complaints, and up-to-date recall information. If you are researching a used Honda CIVIC, driving a 2007 Honda CIVIC, or if you are planning to purchase one, review reported Power Train Automatic Transmission problems and defects. Total Honda reports: 10.

The Contact Owns A 2007 honda civic. The Contact Noticed That The Vehicle Never Became Warm. The Vehicle Was Idling High. The Vehicle Made A Bumping Noise. The Contact Had To Activate The Brake In Order To Decelerate. The honda Dealer Placed The Vehicle On The Diagnostic Machine And Determined The High Idling Failure, But Could Not Repair The Vehicle. The Contact Drove Another Vehicle Of The Same Year, Make, And Model And That Vehicle Did Not Have Any Failure. The Technician Stated That The Idle Speed Was Controlled By The Computer Which Did Not Have A Sensor. This Was The Reason Why They Could Not Assist Her. The Current Mileage Was 615, And Failure Mileage Was 23.*ak Updated 05/21/07. *jb

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 23 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1HGFA16577L. HONDA CIVIC 2007 problem was reported in COLUMBUS, MS. Original Owner. Vehicle was purchased on 20070308. Vehicle was using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was using Cruise Control.Vehicle had 4 CYLINDERS. HONDA CIVIC 2007 drive type:FWD. FUEL SYSTEM:Fuel injection. FUEL TYPE: GAS. HONDA CIVIC 2007 TRANSMISSION TYPE: AUTO. VEHICLE SPEED: 45 mph. DEALER’S NAME: CARL HOGAN .

Mar 08, 2007

2007 honda civic Hybrid Cvt With Less Than 100 Miles On It—transmission Would Not Engage Despite High Revving During Interstate Rush Hour Traffic And Caused Serious Traffic Hazard As Had To Coast Off Road Amid Traffic. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 101 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):JHMFA36207S. HONDA CIVIC 2007 problem was reported in BELLE VERNON, PA. Original Owner. Vehicle was purchased on 20070601. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 4 CYLINDERS. HONDA CIVIC 2007 drive type:FWD. FUEL SYSTEM:Fuel injection. FUEL TYPE: HYBRID ELECTRIC. HONDA CIVIC 2007 TRANSMISSION TYPE: AUTO. VEHICLE SPEED: 10 mph.

June 04, 2007

My 2001 honda civic, Died On Me In The Middle Of The Freeway. I Couldn’t Accelerate So I Had To Push It Out Of The Freeway. I Towed To A Family Mechanic, And He Said That The Transmission Had To Be Rebuilt. It Was Goin G To Cost Me $1800 For It. My Car Only Has 78,000 Miles, It Is Ridiculous For This To Happened When You Take Good Care Of The Car, I Had Just Done De 60,000 Mile Service, And The Transmission Still Died. I Have Called honda Customer Service, And They Said There Is Nmothing They Can Do. I Have Checked Online, And There Is A Lot Of Cars That Are Suffering The Same Thing, It Is Definitely A Manufacture Problem, Some Type Of Failure. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. HONDA CIVIC 2007 problem was reported in DIAMOND BAR, CA. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. DEALER’S NAME: GOUDY HONDA .

Aug 05, 2007

2001 honda civic With 65,000 Miles Has Had Transmission Problems Requiring Replacement/repair On 3 Different Occasions; Each Time With The Same Problem…the Transmission Slips Before Engaging Fully In Drive, Causing The Vehicle To Leap Forward Without Pressing The Accelerator, Creating A Dangerous Condition. My Local honda Dealer Has Repaired Or Replaced The Transmission 3 Times, Stating This Is A Chronic Problem With Automatic Transmissions On Certain Models Of honda For 2001. The Problem Has Now Recurred At 65,000 Miles. The Manufacturer Is Fully Aware Of The Defect Which Repeatedly Manifests Itself Over The Life Of This Vehicle. The Dealer Was Fully Aware The Problem Was Present On The Car When I Bought It. How Long Will Nhtsa Allow The Manufacturer To Ignore A Serious Defect And Let A Potentially Dangerous Condition Continue? Judging From The Number Of Complaints Listed On Your Website, The Problem Is Found On A Significant Number Of 2001 hondas Equipped With An Automatic Transmission. Since The Dealer Has Not Been Able To Correct The Problem, Even When Replacing The Transmission, I Believe The Manufacturer Should Recall The Vehicle And Provide A Redesigned Transmission To Correct The Problem. Otherwise These Vehicles Will Become More Dangerous As They Age. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 65000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1HGEM22761L. HONDA CIVIC 2007 problem was reported in GROSSE ILE, MI. Original Owner. Vehicle was purchased on 20010912. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 4 CYLINDERS. HONDA CIVIC 2007 drive type:FWD. FUEL SYSTEM:Fuel injection. FUEL TYPE: GAS. HONDA CIVIC 2007 TRANSMISSION TYPE: AUTO. VEHICLE SPEED: 0 mph. DEALER’S NAME: MELTON MOTORS . DEALER’S TELEPHONE NUMBER: 734-283-2600 . DEALER’S CITY: SOUTHGATE . DEALER’S STATE CODE: MI.

Dec 15, 2007

I Purchased This Vehicle A Few Months Ago, And Recently (within The Last Few Weeks) Have Noticed The Transmission ‘slipping’ Or Not Engaging Properly. If It Were A Centrifugal Clutch (mechanical) It Would Be Described As Needing Adjustment To Let The Adjustment ‘out’ As To Better Engage The Clutch To The power Source. Since It Is A Cvt, I Have Been Told That There Is No Adjustment Available, And Replacement Is Necessary. My Incident: I Was Driving Home, Which Takes Me Through About 33 Miles Of A Winding Hilly Road. There Was A Slow Driver, Holding Up About 6-7 Cars, Of Which I Was Placed Next To Last (one Behind Me.) There Is A Passing Lane That Was Approaching, And When We Reached The Passing Lane, The Slow-poke Pulled Out To Let Us Pass. The Slipping Of This Transmission Was Almost A Killer-as We (all Of The Trailing Cars) Sped Up To Pass (all Within Appropriate Speeds, Clearances, Etc). I Had Just Started To Accelerate, When This !@#$% Slipping Began, And I Watched As The Tach Went To Almost Red-line, But The Car Didn’t Gain Any Speed-it Stayed At About 35-36 Mph, Which Was The Speed We Were Going When The Passing Attempt Started. This Was Allegedly A Problem In Earlier Year Models Of The Same Vehicle, But I Am Not Sure If The Cause Was The Same. In Any Case, This Is A Very Dangerous Development, And I Want It Fixed. My Car Is Under Warranty, And I Will Drive It To A honda Dealer In The Next Day Or Two, But I Do Not Want Any Trouble Getting This Problem Corrected. Also, Since The First Noticed Occurrence, I Have Noticed That This Is Occurring Almost Every Time I Try To Accelerate. Sometimes It Feels Minor, But Other Times It Just Tachs Up To 4,5,or 6 Grand, While Not Increasing Speed At All. I Hope No One Dies Before I Can Get This To The Dealer…..especially My Wife, Or Myself! *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 5010 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):JHMFA36267S. HONDA CIVIC 2007 problem was reported in FORT BRAGG, CA. Original Owner. Vehicle was using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 4 CYLINDERS. HONDA CIVIC 2007 drive type:FWD. FUEL SYSTEM:Fuel injection. FUEL TYPE: HYBRID ELECTRIC. HONDA CIVIC 2007 TRANSMISSION TYPE: AUTO. VEHICLE SPEED: 35 mph. DEALER’S NAME: MANLY HONDA . DEALER’S TELEPHONE NUMBER: (707)542-5377 . DEALER’S CITY: SANTA ROSA . DEALER’S STATE CODE: CA. DEALER’S ZIPCODE: 95407-7845.

Mar 16, 2008

Problem: Unable To Shift From Park Into Drive – civic Hybrid 2007 Research Shows Problem Was Known And Posted In September 2007 Purchased Car New In January 2008 W Defect And Was Not Informed. This Defect Was Modified And Posted Again As A Known Issue On 3/18/08 Brought Car In For Service (oil Change) In April 2007. No Mention Of Recall And Since Car Was Purchased After Known Problem, It Did Not Occur That The Car Would Be Sold W/o Issue Being Fixed. June 8, 2008 – Car Locks In Park Several Times. Break Light Comes On. I Check Manual That Says To Not Drive/have Car Towed. I Drive Directly To The Safest Location To Park And Call For A Tow Truck. I Have Missed A Scheduled Seminar/day Of Work. I Should Have Been Informed Of This Recall During Purchase And Service. Since This Was A Known Issue, Why Was This Not Fixed Prior To Sale? Why Was I Not Notified? Why Was This Not Caught At My Service? The Car Was Towed To The Dealership On 6/8/08 – Was Called On 6/9/08 And Told About The Recall And That The Car Was Fixed. I Asked Them To Check The Brakes Again As They Seem To Have Air And Make Noise. I Was Told This Was Not Part Of The Recall. I Said I Was Not Even Informed Of A Recall And That I Have Issues W The Brakes And I Want Them Checked Even Though They Fixed The Recall Problem. It Was A Lot Of Back And Forth And The Car Is Currently With The Dealer And I Have Spoken To The Manager Who Acknowledged That The Issue Should Of Been Fixed At The Very Least, During The Maintenance Check. He Is Having The Maintenance Department Check The Brakes A Second Time. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 7000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):JHMFA36297S. HONDA CIVIC 2007 problem was reported in FORT MILL, SC. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 4 CYLINDERS. VEHICLE SPEED: 0 mph.

June 08, 2008

The Contact Owns A 2007 honda civic. The Vehicle Was Purchased In November 2007. A Few Months Later, He Was Unable To Shift Into Third Gear Without It Making A Loud Noise. The Failure Was Progressive At Times And Intermittently He Was Unsuccessful At Shifting Into Third Gear. The Contact Stated That If The Rotor Failed It Could Cause A Crash. A Complaint Was Filed With The Manufacturer After Three Attempts To Notify Them Of The Failure. The Manufacturer Stated That They Haven

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