Accord VL Hybrid () > Honda Workshop Manuals > Accessories and Service Bulletins > Customer Interest for Radio/Stereo Noise Filter: > Honda Accord Hybrid – LOW FREQUENCY NOISE – HAS ANYONE I did find the TSB mentioned here; the title is: “Humming or. Ever wonder how many TSBs exist for your Honda? Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) are recommended steps and procedures for repairing vehicles. A TSB.

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Your IP address will be recorded. Log in No account? About two bullrtin after I purchased my car in Honda Accord Hybrid I started to hear this really odd rumbling noise when driving 35mph or mph. In Oregon, that’s the most common speed limits, so I heard this noise rather frequently. Making the issue homda odd, it appeared as if the noise was coming from behind my steering wheel, or between my driver-side door and frame. Sometimes I would hear this noise when my car was parked and idling as well.

The most frustrating thing was my inability to troubleshoot the problem: So, I took it to the Honda dealership.

Man, it was fucking bullshit. I read on internet forums about a similar problem happening, and that it was likely the engine timing being off.


I suggested this to Honda but they continued to CND the problem. Finally, my 6 year warranty was up, and although I took it to my local Honda dealership several times for this issue, they could never duplicate it, and neither could I when I had their mechanic.

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I’ve basically just been living with it. It’s a rather embarrassing thing, when you’re driving down the road and the car just starts making a funny vvvvvvvmmmmhhhhhhhhhhh-h-h-h-h-h noise.

People would ask me, “What is that noise? Is that your base? I considered taking off my driver side door, dismantling it entirely, and then reassembling.

To me I always thought a piston would shoot out, or my drivetrain would fall out, or maybe the vibrating part would just fall off and the noise would suddenly stop after a loud “Pop”.

I thought all I needed to do was isolate the problem, tighten a bolt, and never deal with it again. Well, I found the solution – and apparently Honda knew about it all along. Basically, I have a faulty Active Noise Cancelation system – the noise was coming from my speaker system. I don’t know what my chances are of getting this fixed, but I found another solution as well: If you do not have the NAV unit follow this procedure. Turn the audio unit ON.


Fuck you, Honda!

Now drive your car and see if the low frequency drone has gone away! So, Fuck You, Honda, for first denying the problem exists in my car, when there was clearly a massive issue that your customers were reporting.

Fuck you for giving me lame bullshit CND’s, when this problem impacts a large portion of your customer base.

Fuck you for installing a shitty ANC to begin with. Otherwise, I’m totally in love with my car.

After this is fixed, I need to get that damn key scratch taken off my passenger side. Post a new comment Error.

Can somebody help me find TSB-05-006 for 2005 Honda Accord Hybrid?

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