Question about 1998 Honda Passport
I have a 98 honda passport. i've replaced the flywheel/flexiplate three times. mechanics doesn't know what's wrong. they think it has to do with the transmission so i had the transmission replaced too. can you please tell me what's causing the flywheel to break? i have a feeling i'ts going to break again.
I think it will break again because i don't think the problem is the transmission. and even after the trans. was replaced the vehicle still have the same uncertain sound when i accelerate after a stop signal which takes a while to catch speed and i can also feel a stiffness in the gas pedal. and no, i don't push the gas hard before i drive off you suggest that
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Hi when you drove the car before was the box changing the gears ok if not it puts extra tension on the retaining bolts or did the flex plate break around the crankshaft and how do you drive the car if you like to set off fast it will have the same effect and did you change the converter as well yates210456
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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