Question about 1992 Honda Accord
My 1992 Accord was running as well as it always has, when I suddenly noticed that the D4 light was blinking. I did not continue driving it at this time. Went back to it a little later and the engine would not start. I put the key in the selector keyswitch on the console and put the trans. into nuetral, and the car will start. Could this be as simple as changing the trans. filter and bottom end fluid, or will I also need to check the adjustment on the automatic clutch?
Chris, I believe u have 2 problems. The flashing D4 light indicates a transmission problem, which Honda recommends having checked out right away. It wouldn't hurt to change the fluid, there is no filter on the 92 accord. I suspect the problem is more than changing the fluid though. The other problem is only starting in Neutral. This may be a faulty neutral safety switch. It's located at the base of the shift selector, and covered by the console. Let me know if u need directions on how to remove/install it. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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