Honda Jazz 2007 Problems

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Honda Jazz 2007: Transmission problems

Answered by CarsGuide 18 Oct 2019

There was a lot of trouble with the auto transmission in the Jazz of that era. You don’t say if the transmission that was fitted was new or used; if it were used I would suggest the transmission is the problem. You also mention the fluid being changed, it’s very important that Honda fluid is used, and you say it was when it was changed, but you don’t say what oil was in the transmission before it was changed. The damage might have been done before the fluid was changed. I think you could be up for another transmission.


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Honda races to fix Takata airbag faults

Honda races to fix Takata airbag faults

6 Dec 2016 · by Richard Berry

Honda Australia is working around the clock to replace 600,000 potentially faulty airbags.

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Deadly Takata airbag recall nears 1.2 million in Australia

Deadly Takata airbag recall nears 1.2 million in Australia

17 May 2016 · by Joshua Dowling

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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Problem transmission in Jazz

Answered by CarsGuide 22 Feb 2013

I would take it to a Honda dealer as the company has been replacing problem transmissions. At the very least have the gearbox oil changed. If you choose to do nothing it's likely to get worse, and you could end up replacing the transmission.

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Environmental levy on logbook service

Answered by CarsGuide 10 Aug 2012

Dealers pay to dispose of the waste products from servicing your  car, like oils, greases, coolant, brake fluids, soiled rags, and so on, and they pass those costs on to you, the customer. Some slug you more than others. The best course of action is to go somewhere else to have your car serviced, as you have been advised.

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Shuddering Honda jazz

Answered by CarsGuide 30 Nov 2010

It would appear that Honda believes your transmission is operating acceptably, but you clearly don't. Maintain the pressure on the dealer and Honda until they fix your car, and keep meticulous records of all dealings you have on the matter. This will back up any claim you might have later on.

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