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25625

Re: For Sale - 2000 Citrus Yellow Insight

Vehicle was 100% dealer serviced from original delivery date until it was parked in 2009. All recalls were promptly tended to by the dealer up until the time
Robert (Bob) Brown
May 21
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25624

Re: For Sale - 2000 Citrus Yellow Insight

The only recall was the headlight switch. If it has not been done, you can have it done once the car is back on the road. If he had the battery replaced a
ronaldhansen2003
May 21
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25623

Re: For Sale - 2000 Citrus Yellow Insight

Has all the recall work been done? There are two for sale in my city.   From: "brownpsl@... [honda-hybrid]" To:
jack ravin
May 21
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25622

For Sale - 2000 Citrus Yellow Insight

Original owner - 243,000 miles, lifetime MPG is 67.1. Has been parked since 2009. Was a daily use vehicle until parked. Needs work... Would make an excellent
brownpsl@bellsouth.net
May 21
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25621

Re: Dunlop Enasave all Season Tire 165/65/14

I hated the dunlops on my 03 civic hybrid, they were great on gas but terribley terifing in the rain. I got rid of them after about a year. On Tue, Mar 31,
Fred Brown Jr.
Apr 14
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25620

Re: Dunlop Enasave all Season Tire 165/65/14

The Bridgestone RE92 are terrible in every way other than rolling resistance.  I used Michelin Pilot Exhalto in 185/64R14 but I had to re-align the back axle
Gary Derian
Mar 31
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25619

Dunlop Enasave all Season Tire 165/65/14

Does any one have experience with the Dunlop 165/65/14 Enasave 01 A/S tires compared to the Bridgestone Potensa RE92? I have a gen 1 Honda Insight in need of
John Mras
Mar 31
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25618

Re: Goodbye to my HCH

Thanks for letting us know. That is indeed a very odd problem. Louis ... From: atbowler@...
LOUIS
Feb 19
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25617

Re: Goodbye to my HCH

The failure of my Civic Hybrid (HCH) had nothing to do with the hybrid stuff. The original battery was still working. The radiator failed internally (i.e.
alantbowler
Feb 19
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25616

Re: Goodbye to my HCH

... There are batteries to be had; newly manufactured ones that are better than those cobbled together using still-working cells from among discarded units.
Sheafe Ewing
Feb 19
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25615

Re: Goodbye to my HCH

My 2001 Honda Insight has a little over 53,000 miles and averages 50 mpg. Husband just asked me a couple of nights ago what I would sell it for, if someone
joohio1
Feb 19
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25614

Re: Goodbye to my HCH

Hey fellas, Do we have an relative picture of the original cause of failure? DD On Feb 18, 2015 7:43 PM, "Robert rhgriego@... [honda-hybrid]" < ... Hey
Samuel Crider
Feb 19
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25613

Re: Goodbye to my HCH

Live 65 mile south of Tucson, AZ in a small place called Rio Rico. Live about 10 miles from the Mexican border, would appreciate any suggestion anyone would
Robert
Feb 18
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25612

Re: Goodbye to my HCH

True to a point. Turning switch off of the IMA (rear) battery is different from "properly disabling the IMA system". Simply Turning switch off will result in
PETE RONA
Feb 18
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25611

Re: Goodbye to my HCH

2000 Insight? Right? If so, it doesn't have an alternator. I think the 12v battery cannot be charged by the big battery once you turn it off. Sent from Yahoo
Kevin Brushaber
Feb 18
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