I was traveling on a Saturday [07/15/17], 400 miles away from home in Tulsa when the malfunction indicator lamp icon in my 2010 Honda Accord came on. When we exited the interstate and began to slow down the car was really running very rough and when we came to a complete stop the car began to run very erratic and felt like it was going to shut itself down.
We looked up the nearest Honda dealer, hoping they would be open on a Saturday and would be able to resolve our problem so we could continue our travel. Luck for us the Wolfchase Honda was within a few miles of where we exited the interstate and their service department was still open and accepting customers. The service manager greeted us promptly, we explained the problem w/our car and that we were on the road traveling. He said that he was knowledgeable about the problem the car was having and they would be able to address it and get us back on the road. The problem was related to a Honda "Bulletin" [not sure what this is, but sounds like a vehicle recall issue that is not communicated to car owner but is communicated to Honda dealers]. The car failure [on a previous trip hundreds of miles from my home base] had happened before but was addressed by a Honda dealer in Texas. Long story short, the next step in the repair progression was to replace the rings, but had to wait until I returned to my home town to get this done. What impressed me most about the the staff at Wolfchase Honda was they repaired my car so I could get back to my home town which is 400 miles from Memphis, TN. Thanks to all at Wolfchase who made this happen for me and my family!!