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Honda Accord, Engine, Transmission, Coupe, Sedan
#37 of 143 Re: 1996 Honda Accord transmission [elroy5]
Feb 26, 2008 (3:22 pm)
Thanks everybody for your input. I talk to a lot of guys at work who know alot about cars and all of them said the same things. Wraped rotors. So I will take your opinion and get a lot of answers. It's a little slow at work some I will have time to go to different mechanics. AI will take my brother-in-law with me. I will let you all know what the problem was.
#38 of 143 Vehicle speed-sensor
Mar 05, 2008 (1:30 pm)
I want to replace the speedsensor on my 97 accord LX 2.2, but I dont know exactly where it's located. Would be grateful for any help.
#40 of 143 TRANSMISSION HONDA ACCORD L4 1999
Mar 06, 2008 (6:40 am)
I have grave problems with the automatic transmission in my L4 accord 1999, send her to repair but I keep on in difficulties in the application of changes, any help himself thank
P, D changed over the sensors records and seals
#41 of 143 Transmission Question
Mar 16, 2008 (7:24 am)
I have a 97 accord LX 2.2 4cly, AT
My tranny shifts rough, I took it to a shop and they said the tranny came up with no problem codes. I had the fluid changed, no changes. My speedometer wasn't working so I changed the VSS on the trans and the speedometer works but still rough shifting. My D4 light does not blink or stay on. My next step is to get a computer reading on the car and see if any other codes come up.
My question is, what other factors could come into play when the tranny shifts rough but no codes show up ?
#42 of 143 Re: Transmission Question [dano2008]
Mar 16, 2008 (8:39 am)
There are many things that can affect shifting (throttle cable, temperature sensor, thermostat, shift solenoids, etc.) Here's a link that may help you sort it out. Good luck
PS: You may want to save this link, for future reference (many troubleshooting tips for 4th gen Accords) I know your Accord is a 5th gen, but many parts are the same.
#43 of 143 2008 Accord V6 Tranny issue
Mar 16, 2008 (2:29 pm)
Just noticed on my 2008 Accord 4Dr V6 with 600 miles that when stopped on an incline with the car still in drive, the car will drift back if your foot is taken off the brake. Same issue that started the whole 2001 Accord tranny disaster. I am going to the dealer on Thurs to have it checked. Any one else with this issue?
#44 of 143 Re: 2008 Accord V6 Tranny issue [sunnfun]
Mar 16, 2008 (3:20 pm)
To my understanding, that is the nature of Honda trannys (most, if not all newer cars). My 06 Pilot does the same, as does my 08 Accord. There is a thread on it in the Pilot forum.
#45 of 143 Re: 2008 Accord V6 Tranny issue [sunnfun]
Mar 16, 2008 (4:24 pm)
Honda automatics have always done this. My 92 Accord would roll back in D4, if I was on an incline and released the brake pedal.
#46 of 143 Re: 2008 Accord V6 Tranny issue [parviz]
Mar 16, 2008 (4:50 pm)
I went over there and did not see anything on this specific issue. Once a car is in D, it should never ever drift back, even if it's on the side of a mountain. I can tell you from experience this is what started the replacement/recall of my 2001 tranny. I am very disappointed in this car. Even though I don't care for a manual in rush hour traffic, I would gladly take one in a 4DR W/O the VCM.