And the dealers must make their "expert" service personnel to read every recall/service notice and how to fix it. I've called my dealer to make an appointment and question the tech about what it involves and how long would it take to service it. He practically hung up on me in a hurry after saying they'll do what ever it takes, it is dangerous that is why there is a recall. OK then... I took it yesterday and when I was checking in, I've asked again what they were going to do. He didn't know but asked someone who "knows". Answer was that they were going to remove the dash etc... Then, after the work done, I've asked again to the tech who processed my RL. He explained to me that they have installed a shroud "OVER" the blower motor to prevent condensation dripping into the motor and causing a short and potentially a fire. No idea how did he pulled that out of from his rear end without even blinking...This really bothers me about dealers. Why is it you go in and mention something to them that all of us know about and they look at you like you are from Mars? I have had this happen also at my local dealer.
HEY HONDA! THE ROC SHOULD BE REQUIRED READING FOR ALL OF YOUR EMPLOYEES!![/SIZE] :act047:
I've checked it out to see if they replaced the cover. Indeed, the cover "UNDER" the blower motor which is protecting the plug is the new type of cover but I cannot verify if they replaced the harness or the coupler. I'll take it out and check once I get a chance. It does NOT require taking anything off to have access to it except taking the plastic cover off. Call me a skeptic... Wonder why?