Question about 2002 Honda Accord
Call around or go to the Web and look up LKQ location in St. Augustine FL. If they do not have a transmission, they list all location where one can be found. Odyssey has a decent performance record with transmissions, so you can get a good one with good miles under what you want to pay.
Installing a trans should cost no more than $400. LKQ also offers a warranty with their trans.
Also, call Honda. Often you can buy a new trans for less than a rebuilt cost. If the shop gave you a quote and came off over $1000, question the shops honesty in everything else they say. Do not use used parts in a trans. Parts wear differently and tolerances are very low. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
These transmissions were problematic and certainly believe the shop and would absolutely replace the "torque converter" without question.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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