I have a 92 civic hatch and when I attempt to accelerate from low rpms the car hestitates really bad, but intermittently...like it jitters until the rpms get up and its completely fine...this only occurs when the engine is hot (not when I first start it)...also when it's hot and I come to a stop and it's idling I can feel it stuttering every once and a while....the severity of all of this stuttering and hesitation is completely random but it will happen everytime I accelerate from low rpm. I've changed my distributer cap and rotor and checked the plugs and wires and the engine is not running rich or lean so I'm pretty sure it's not a fuel problem. I've re-soldered the Fuel Main Relay to take care of the engine stalling when starting issue. I'm at a loss here....perhaps it's the Idle Air Control Motor? It hunts for idle when it's cold to...when it warms up its fine...I'm wondering if these issues could be connected?
Thanks in advance for your help!
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Just check the transmission fluid-if low you have to add until it is full-do not overfill though. Better to have it just a bit low than overfilling it.
In park, can you accelerate to 2500-3000 rpm, and hold steady with no shaking or indications of a miss? If it runs good in park or neutral, then you probably have transmission problems. Frankly, it is pretty rare for a torque converter to develop a problem. Check your fluid, or try changing the fluid if it is dark or dirty looking.
With normal acceleration the 1st to second shift point should be around 2500-3000 rpm. Most of your shifts under moderate acceleration will take place at this same point or when there a light load on the transmission. Under hard acceleration the RPMs will climp higher due to increased power needs and the computer will shift when less power is needed or the RPMs climb to an unsafe speed say5000-6000rpms (depending on where yours redlines). Also going up a steep hill will raise the RPMs higher and goind down a hill will cause a faster shift at lower RPMs. These can always be altered by an individual owner by adjusting shift points, using performance parts and if you have problems (low tranny fluid/trans issues). Your trans RPMS are fine and will vary depening on how your foot accelerates. The shift pattern should be the same every time you drive slow/medium/fast/, look for changes in those patterns you will also catch a problem early.