2018 Honda Accord Touring - CVT. Several times I've returned to my parked Accord to find the lid of my trunk OPEN. Anyone else seeing this issue?
We have had to adapt over the last 5 years in going from our '04 SAAB 9-5, where the remote has no more than a 20-25 foot range (SAAB did that on purpose, for security, explained in owner's manual). Then we wen to the car our Accord is replacing, a 2013 VW Passat TDI, which was MUCH longer. I think the Accord is as long range as the VW, possibly longer. As some have indicated, it's reason for caution. We've been using fob covers with the VW anyway, so I already have them for the Accord. Cheap and effective, for the same reason as a case for a cell phone.<snip> Surprised at the range the remote has.
First, you are assuming that your loud noise from the trunk is connected to the trunk opening, and that may not be the case.I have a 2018 Accord 1.5T. When i close the trunk and drive and hit a bump i hear a loud noise from the trunk, like a clicking sound. Yesterday the trunk opened by itself. Anyone else have a similar issue?
My experience has shown me that the key fob trunk release button is easy to activate. I've had my trunk unexpectedly open while the key fob was in my front pocket and hanging from a carabiner on my front belt loop from setting down. Since I moved the carabiner to a side belt loop I have had not one unexpected trunk openings.I have a 2018 Accord 1.5T. When i close the trunk and drive and hit a bump i hear a loud noise from the trunk, like a clicking sound. Yesterday the trunk opened by itself. Anyone else have a similar issue?