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Today when I started my car there were numerous fault codes popping up on the dash including Road Departure, Collision Mitigation, Blind Spot Detection and Adaptive Cruise Problems. The Brake System also lit up.

On top of that, the turn signals, hazards, door locks and back up camera all would not work, and the trunk would not open.

Finally, after seeing that there was an update for the infotainment, I installed the most recent update and it cleared all of the issues. Has anyone else had issues like this? This is pretty disappointing for a car that is 6 months old with 8,000 miles on it.
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The Agreement is Honda's family vehicle that offers a dependable, agreeable ride with a superior mileage than vehicles of comparable sizes. The vast majority who purchase Honda are searching for unwavering quality, and keeping in mind that Honda beats a large portion of their rivals around there, electrical issues do come up. A few models, similar to the 2003 Accord, are dangerous.

Stage 1:
Focus on the alternator notice light, more ordinarily known as the moron light. It can assist you with getting issues before they become a significant issue. Your moron light should come on when your turn the way in to your Agreement on without turning over the motor. In the event that it doesn't come on, check for a blown circuit first. In the event that that doesn't fix the light, check the wiring and bulb to the light circuit.

Stage 2:
Investigate whether climate conditions have anything to do with the charge pointer light going on. Expanded sitting on hot days can overheat the alternator, bringing down its yield and the capacity of your electrical segments to get power. This is normal and should resolve itself as the motor jdm sport classics.

Stage 3:
Check for poor associations at the battery or a difficult hand-off if your Honda Accord is slow about beginning. The starter is your vehicle's greatest electrical segment. Except if your vehicle is quite a long while old, the issue may exist in the associations, solenoid or key switch. The starter in a more established Accord may simply be exhausted and need supplanting.

Stage 4:

Survey the state of the connector in the charging circuit wiring bridle. Somewhere in the range of 1982 Accords were fitted with circuit wire that didn't have an enormous enough width to deal with the current from the alternator. This can prompt a softened connector that causes rehashed battery and alternator disappointments.

Stage 5:
Hope to check whether the light in your Honda glove box remains on after you've killed the motor. This issue, ordinarily observed on 1991 to1992 Accords, channels power from the battery. In the wake of checking for an adjusted glove compartment, you may need to apply a retro-fit cylinder top over the too short change unclogged to broaden its length with the goal that the light will stop.

Stage 6:
Check the mileage on your 2003 Honda Accord if your dashboard LCD lights have gone dead. This was such an especially baffling issue for proprietors that Honda stretched out the guarantee this issue to 100,000 miles or seven years. Contact American Honda or your seller about getting it fixed under guarantee.

Have your Agreement's electrical framework load tried every so often to make certain it's completely operational. Testing circuit loads with ammeter and different apparatuses will inform you as to whether your Honda's electrical framework works at 80 to 100 percent limit.
 
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