Honda Accord 2004 Problems

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Only a fraction of the 1.2 million cars on Australia roads with airbags that can spray shrapnel have been fixed, new figures show.

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Ask Smithy Xtra Honda Accord LPG conversion

Answered by CarsGuide 5 Jul 2011

There is no reason it couldn’t be converted, but finding a kit is difficult because the demand from owners to convert the Accord has been low so there’s been little of no justification for LPG system manufacturers to develop kits. Call companies like Impco, Australian LPG Warehouse, Apollo, Sprint etc. and ask them about converting your car.

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Wheel or imaginary

Answered by CarsGuide 1 Jul 2004

THE rate of wear on the rear tyres on all-wheel-drive cars will be higher because they're driving when the rear tyres on a front-wheel-drive car aren't. That said, the front tyres of both all-wheel-drives and front-wheel-drives wear at about the same rate, so the added wear is related to the rear tyres of the all-wheel-drive cars which will wear out at about the same rate as the front tyres.

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