Honda Car Problems?

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Honda cars are usually very reliable, but can still have problems. If you are having problems with your Honda you should first check the owner's manual to see if the issue you are experiencing is an easy fix. If it is maintenance related, you can take are of it right away. If not a mechanic will be needed to diagnose and fix the issue. Issues can also be related to a recall. Always check with the dealership to see if your vehicle has been part of a recall.
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