Question about 2000 Honda Civic
Yesterday I noticed a slight whine in the engine and then the whine stopped and although the car was in still in D, no power when pressing on the accelerator. The car was still running. I put the car in park, turned it off for a moment, back on and back in gear. Whine was present again although it was in gear, when the whine disappeared car again neutralized. Transmission fluid at good level, good color and does not smell burnt. I know the transmission filter is inside the transmission so I cannot check it. Could it just be the TC clutch is fowling from debris or do you think it is something more? I had heard that Honda was extending warrenty on certain models with specific VINs because of reoccurring trans issues. I would not qualify for that nor any "goodwill" from Honda as my VIN was not within the specified range. Needless to say I am struggling finacially, so I am looking at the most cost effective solution. Your thoughts? Any ideas on how much I should be expecting to pay?
Get the car to your nearest trans specialist to be scanned, these trans suffer from solonoid faults, however they also suffer with the differentials, 1st case approx €120.00 plus the solonoid 2nd case €1500.00 plus
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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