2002 Honda Accord EX V6
New Air Condition
Brembo Sport Brake Pad
Slot and Drilled Front Rotors
60K Tune up Service
New timing belt/water pump
Xenon 6K HID Headlights
KN Air Filter
Unbrakeable AutoLock Pro Anti-Theft
3.0Liter V6 - 200HP 195lbs/ft
Dual Power Seats
Dual Air bags front
Dual Air bags side
Chrome Exhaust Pipes
Traction Control System
Anti Lock Brake
Alloy Wheels with lockers
Two alarm remotes
6 CD changer Player
Tape Player - ipod converter
How much I sell do you think?
Try kbb.com, http://www.nada.com/ and edmonds.com. They have web sites
that should give you an idea.
Considering that you had to replace the transmission, air conditioner,
put on new rotors, and put on a K&N filter, I would be concerned that
you abused the car.
Jack Tseng wrote:
Transmission was malfunctional. Many Accord users reports that tranny was
My brother in law bought the used 2003 Accord in two years ago. Honda
Service had replaced the tranny in 2005.
Air Condition was not working due to hose leak.
I brake the car, steering wheel was shaked. Most cars have the very common
problem. Installed slotted rotors really makes the steering wheel very
Brembo Brake is for NOT a race. It runs longer than the regular brake.
KN Stock replacement Air Filter purpose is to save the gas and money. NOT
BIG AIR INTAKE... I dont want to pay for the every regular air filter
Dont get a wrong idea that I abuse the car. Now you understand my good
reasons to install the right things.
I understand the reasons, but would others? Actually, the transmission
replacement still concerns me. For the air conditioner, I assume you
replaced the hose, put in new refrigerant and maybe replaced the compressor.
Actually, most other people would not understand the parts, let alone
the reason why they were replaced and any concerns about them, so you're
Anyway, those web sites (kbb.com, nada.com and edmonds.com) will
probably give you the best idea for the value of your car. You probably
won't get any extra money for the brakes, transmission, A/C, etc., but
you probably won't lose any.
Of course, if you trade in the car at the dealer, all bets are off.
I am very concerned if the tranny was not yet replaced. Anytime the tranny
would be gone.. If I would be looking for the used 1998 to 2004 Honda
Accord, I must ask Honda Service if tranny is replaced or not.. IF not, I
refuse to purchase it. The tranny is very common problem in 1998 to 2004
Accord, CL, TL, Odyssey, MDX and Civic. Maybe it was made in America. The
tranny for 2005 to now, is made in Japan. In the future, I would buy a new
car with tranny, Japan made. My sister bought 2005 Odyssey, I am not concern
Your price may vary depending on what part of the country (USA?) you're
The K&N filter shouts: "Run the other way" to me, anyway.
Maybe you've seen this already:
Also check what others in your area are selling their cars on craig's
list for. Factor in that and what kbb and nadaguides tell you to get a
ballpark of what to sell it for.
Just so you know it may take you a while to sell it too.
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