Question about 2003 Honda Accord
I notice that if am on low speed the gear chages from 1 to 2, the car jerks and the shift to the next gear will be longer or evn slips sometimes. this usually happens about 20mins to the drive and if i stop the car and try to shift from "D" to "R", the change is usually jerky. I also observe that if i cut the ignition and switch on again, the problem stops till about 20 mins of driving. I have had the transmisson oil changed severally and the level is alrite but the probl;em persist. One of the gear switch which my mechanic feel is the culprit has been cleaned but the problem only stopped for 2wks. Please help me before i go crazy. Honda transmission is very expensive. Thank you.
If you go to the following web page:
You will find a copy of the very recent order by the National Highway Safety Administration which will require Honda to fix this problem for you. Mine just dies too. The problem is the Torque Converter, which burned your tranny fluid and caused your transmission to fail.NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 04V176000
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Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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