Dean Honda Informative - Poor Service Department
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA -- I took my 2002 Civic to the dealer 4 times in 3 months to get the check engine light to go off.
After spending close to $1500 on the car replacing every part but the part I needed, the last part replaced was the V-tec solenoid which fixed the problem. but not after replacing the electric load detector, timing belt, tune up and a few various other parts. If they would have fixed it right the first time I would not have dumped that kind of cash in to the car.
$130 for the Vtec solenoid would have solved the problem as opposed to $1500 for a lot of useless parts that did not solve the problem.