How to start a class action suit again on Hondas factory defective AC?

Asked by Jul 20, 2016 at 01:36 PM about the 2011 Honda Civic Coupe LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm also having problems with a 2011 Honda Civic lx a/c.  I bought this car
brand new.  First the battery kept dying a few months after we bought the car
leaving my wife spontaneously stranded when the car decided not to start.  
Then the tread wore on the tires at around 20,000 miles, we were forced to
replaced.  Then the brakes were wore thin at around 30,000 miles so we had
to replace(we don't live in the mountains).  Now the AC is going out at 44,000
miles.  I swear on my life I will never buy a Honda again.  I owned/bought a
brand new 2004 manual Toyama Corolla S.  No problems whatsoever.  Honda
is only good for they're motor.

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You first need to understand what a "class action" lawsuit is. I suggest you do some research on that topic.

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