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  1. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Hello everyone! I have a 2003 Accord, 2.4L (lx trim if that matters), automatic transmission. I bleed the breaks yesterday (front and rear) and changed brake shoes as well. I noticed on the firewall where the master cylinder is connected it looked like there was some residue that may or may not...
  2. The 7th Generation
    Hi y'all, I just got this 04 accord DX 5MT K24A4 and suddenly out on the highway I could only shift into 2 and 4 when the engine was running but only go into any other gear when the engine is off, we realised that it was a hydraulic issue since due to the research of the known issues of the...
  3. The 7th Generation
    :nerd Hey everyone thanks in advance for taking out the time! SO...i've just bought a 2004 Accord 6speed manual transmission v6 LX. It has 180,000 miles but was owned by a family friend who took care of it and didn't drive it hard. I got it for a steal due to the fact that the slave cylinder...
  4. Introductions
    So im buying my first ever honda and its a bit of a fixer upper. i dont mind putting money into it but there's so many options of companies that make parts for this car i cant figure out which to buy. so...i came here to learn! my cars a 2006 Accord coupe v6, 6 speed. and basically i got a...
  5. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Happy Holiday all; Recently I noticed brake fluid had been leaking from the back of the master cylinder, down the fire wall, and had eaten the paint away on my '07 V6 sedan. It has 81K on it and the MC has never been fiddled with other than fluid changes. I sanded the firewall, painted it, and...
  6. The Early Generations
    I am curios to know if Master Cylinder failures are common on these Accords? I bleed my brakes the other day and the pedal will not "firm-up" when I turn the car on. I highly suspect it is the MC.
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