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My 2000 Accord Coupe broke for the 5th time. I purchased it new to avoid malfunctions. Anyhow, I am selling the vehicle. Here goes the question: should I remove all my aftermarket components to sell the car and sell parts separate, or should I simplify things by sellin it as-is? The car has a Cat-back, quick-shift, AEM power pulleys,CAI and Neuspeed springs.
 

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f23inertia said:
My 2000 Accord Coupe broke for the 5th time. I purchased it new to avoid malfunctions. Anyhow, I am selling the vehicle. Here goes the question: should I remove all my aftermarket components to sell the car and sell parts separate, or should I simplify things by sellin it as-is? The car has a Cat-back, quick-shift, AEM power pulleys,CAI and Neuspeed springs.
what has broken during the history of the car. Check your lemon laws you might just be lucky enough to pick up a new accord off the lot. If the things broke more then twice each and it is covered under the warrenty you probobley apply to some of the lemon laws.
 

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If honda doesnt not repair my tranny then im getting my money back. Called the BBB autoline yes this car is defective. Court date is the 26th if i get my money back im going allll out with an eclipse :) 400hp here i came hehee
 

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Hey same thin ghappend to my friends 2k accord. His tranny broke 3 times straight when driving normal. He eventually sold it to the dealer and now drives a 2001 GSR.
 
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