Last post on Feb 09, 2012 at 12:45 PM
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Honda Accord, Engine, Transmission, Coupe, Sedan
#134 of 143 Re: 2nd transmission died--what to do [tallman1]
Jun 10, 2010 (5:48 am)
As one who had 4 transmissions in a 2000 accord 4 cylinder I can tell you that the replacement (rebuilt) transmissions come with a 36/36,000 warranty. You were very lucky to get 43k on a rebuilt one. At 123k miles my honda transmission is still under warranty. I look at the rebuilt transmissions almost like throw away transmissions, but honda keeps paying for them.
#135 of 143 Car wont shift.
Jul 11, 2010 (9:15 am)
i have a 93 accord and now my car is not shifting at ALL! it will start from 4th gear and take forever to accelerate and get to like 45MPH. i think the tranny fluid is low but im not sure. any help would be appreciated!
#136 of 143 Re: Car wont shift. [klov46]
Jul 11, 2010 (9:51 am)
I think the transmission fluid dipstick is located down low, on the radiator/front side of the transmission, and that it has a yellow handle. Is the D4 light blinking or on all the time? Here's a link on Honda transmissions (mainly 4th gen Accords). Read up, and good luck.
#137 of 143 Clatter underneath
Jul 23, 2010 (10:33 am)
My 2000 Accord LX automatic has had a clattering, thumping sound under the engine for years, and it's getting worse. It's more substantial than a rattle, but doesn't feel like a loose engine mount. It seems independent of the drive train and the exhaust system. Something in the suspension, I'd guess. It reacts to bumps in the road, but can occur on smooth roads too. My regular mechanic is stumped. Any ideas?
#138 of 143 '99 Honda Accord Tranmission Problems
Jul 26, 2010 (4:01 pm)
Have had my car for 7yrs. now and noticed the transmission begin to slip bout a lil over a yr. ago and finally 2 months ago, it finally played out...so, I brought a $1100 used one from a salvage and let my uncle put it in...after he put it in he said that it wasn't any good...he said it was barely pulling and straining to change out...so, I took it back to the salvage, and was told that he wired it up wrong and that they will re-wire it correctly and I should be good to go....went to pick up my car and after driving it for about 30mins. or so, my speed broke down from 60mph to about 45mph on da highway, my idle needle went up to about 4 and the car barely wanted to pull....so, I took it back to the salvage the next day, then they told me, (after re-checking it for the 2nd time) that b/c he "wired" it up wrong it messed up the solenoid shift gear which burned out the transmission and if I want another transmission, I have to pay for another one...so my question: Is it possible to wire a transmission up wrong and this will happen or did they just sell me a bad transmission and to keep from gettin me another transmission or taking the blame for it b/c they didn't put it in, so there wasnt nothing else they could do....need to know before I try to take them to small claim court....did I just lose out on $1100 in less than a wk????
#139 of 143 Re: 2nd transmission died--what to do [jmillerjmiller]
Oct 06, 2010 (8:21 am)
FWIW Honda does NOT put new trannys in your car. They put in REMANUFACTURED ones. SEE your Warranties book that comes with the car. Page 32 says: Starters, alternators, brake calipers, power steering pumps, ABS modulators, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS, and driveshafts. If it was really new it would be warranted for a longer period of time than 3 years or 36K miles. HONDA HAS NOT GOTTEN THEIR TRANNNY PROBLEMS RESOLVED!!!!
My 2007 had a leak within one year and less than 8000 miles on the odometer. It was finally replaced at 21xxx miles. I had to go several times so they could "monitor the leak" when they should have replaced it. Finally they did, but now I only have a 3 year -36K mile warranty not the original 5 year 60K warranty. No the replacement tranny will not last so I plan to dump it well before it get me in trouble. I'M FINISHED WITH HONDA CRAPPY $%^&*((!!!!!!!
#140 of 143 Honda Euro R Transmission Problem
Jul 19, 2011 (11:22 pm)
Hi I got a Honda accord Euro R 2001, 2.2 ltrs, 5 speed, 95000 k's done, couple of days ago I am facing problem with its transmission while reversing the car the reverse gear dislocated and slip and some time stuck and make crap noise. I have to keep holding the gear lever all the time while I am reversing otherwise it slip to Nuteral.When I took the car to the Dealer he said the gear box broken and I have to replace it, that cost me atleast $ 2,000.00. Can anyone suggest me what to do ?
#141 of 143 2002 Honda Accord Transmission Compatibility
Feb 08, 2012 (5:54 pm)
What model years for the Honda Accord have compatible transmissions with the 2002 2.3l I4 SE Accord? I am having the typical problems that Honda decided weren't important enough to address, and I'm trying to find out what omdels I can pull a tranny off of from the junk yard. Also, does anyone know the exact model of the transmission used in this particular model?
#142 of 143 Re: 2002 Honda Accord Transmission Compatibility [atosj153]
by Kirstie@Edmunds HOST
Feb 09, 2012 (11:19 am)
It LOOKS like 2001 and 2002.
Try going to www.car-part.com and put in the year, make, and model, and part you're searching for (transmission) then choose to search ALL US. You don't need ZIP or anything. When you see the list of available parts, you'll only get a list of items that work for your vehicle.
#143 of 143 Re: 2002 Honda Accord Transmission Compatibility [kirstie_h]
Feb 09, 2012 (12:45 pm)
Thanks so much, I appreciate the help!