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2010 Honda Fit repairs by problem area

Engine (5%)

Transmission and Drivetrain (5%)

Brakes and Traction Control (5%)

Suspension and Steering (4%)

Electrical and Air Conditioning (56%)

Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim (18%)

Other (5%)

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2010 Honda Fit electrical repair cost distribution

$2500+ (0%)

$1000 - $2499 (0%)

$500 - $999 (7%)

$100 - $499 (36%)

< $100 (57%)

Chart based on 14 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.

2010 Honda Fit

Engine not specified

1000 mi TPS light - Tire pressure light was not calibrated correctly at purchase. Had to go back and have them correct it.  

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2010 Honda Fit 4dr Hatch

117-horsepower 1.5L I4 5-speed shiftable automatic FWD

1000 mi tire pressure sensor not detected by computer 
39000 mi

US $350
Diode on AC fan failed. Stuck on high speed. Fan Motor replaced. 
44000 mi

US $225
AC/Heater blower worked on high speed only. Blower motor may have been defective (see TSB). Replaced Blower motor and resistor. 
40000 mi

US $125
A/C was freezing up and losing airflow. Private mechanic recharged the A/C and it has been fine since. No detectable leaks. 
133500 mi

US $900
AC didn't work when I bought the car used; the dealership replaced the switch and compressor and recharged it and now it works. 
49000 mi TPMS malfunction. Can only be repaired by Honda, who charges to look at it. Could cost between $200 to over $1000. Only tells me when tire pressure is low. Not repaired. 
19000 mi Some loss of cooling. 
16700 mi A/C worked for a few hours on trip but starting blowing hot air. Looked like the relay switch was getting warm and cutting off the ac. Relay switch was replaced under warranty. 
8000 mi AC fan not working 
13700 mi ac fan not working 
22000 mi Ac fan not working 
70000 mi

US $300
New compressor, recharge 
2300 mi Indicator light replaced 
2000 mi Headlights flicker when radiator fan or ac compressor turns on. 
8000 mi The OEM Shock Alarm I had added when I got the car was triggering all the time and is currently disabled. The dealer admitted the problem and is unable to fix it at the dealership. They have made arrangements to have the problem serviced at the alarm sy 
143300 mi

US $365
Rear hatch handle was broken causing the alarm to go off unexpectedly at various intervals 

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2010 Honda Fit 4dr Hatch

117-horsepower 1.5L I4 5-speed manual FWD

75640 mi

C $150
Leak in A/C not found, but pressure very low => freon added 
1000 mi Tire pressure sensor was defective on one wheel. 
14000 mi

US $70
Battery needed replacing 
22000 mi

US $110
Air Conditioner needed recharging 
4000 mi Rear window defroster not working properly 
120000 mi

US $100
TPMS Sensors failed on two wheels, needed to be replaced. Would have probably been all four but I had two replaced under warranty previously since the tire shop broke them. 

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2010 Honda Fit 4dr Hatch

117-horsepower 1.5L I4 5-speed automatic FWD

10200 mi AC fluid leak. Replace O-Ring(80871-SN7-003). 
11160 mi Problem: AC refridgerant leak. Fix: Replace condenser assembly and suction pipe. 
22000 mi Blower motor was making a high pitched noise when running and unable to maintain a constant speed. Needed three trips to convince them to replace the blower motor, which fixed the problem 
27000 mi TPMS light on. Replaced both front tire sensors 
19000 mi Battery Died 
29000 mi Two TPMS sensors were replaced. 
48000 mi

US $97
Malfunction of front driver side TPMS sensor. Was replaced. 

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2010 Honda Fit Electrical Problems

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