Question about 2000 Honda Prelude
When I put it into reverse, it wouldn't move, like it' was in neutral. Took it to a repair shop and they put in a new transmission. But 1 week later, I had the same problem. So does this mean I bought a new ****** when the problem was a gear shift solenoid problem? Do you have to take the ****** apart to replace a gear shift solenoid? I paid 4K for nothing!!!
You needed not pay $4000 for any transaxle,you got taken big time
They cost about $2500 tops to rebuild
The shop never diagnosed the original issue,new trans needed or not
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Car stops moving in reverse gear
Sounds like the car is just slipping out of gear. Keep your hand on the shifter when you back up next time. See if you can feel the shifter move when the car comes out of gear. If the shifter moves up when it happens keep pressure on the shifter holding it back like you dont want it to move forward. And of course if the shifter moves back when it comes out of gear, put forward pressure on the shifter so it doesnt slip out. This might work for now but but i know i wouldnt want to spen 700 for that ****. Let me know how it goes.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
1997 Honda Passport 4wd
Make sure you have the correct factory Honda starter in your car , if its an aftermarket starter they may have replaced with cheapo starter,sometime the teeth that engauge starter to your flexplate will not mesh properly,because there different,causing the flex plate to fail. I had the same problem. I went thru 2 before I found this out..Hope this helps.
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Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Did you make sure that the tork converter was all the way forward first if not then you will need to take the transmission back out and make sure that the converter has either automatic trany fluid in it or 184/85 gear oil depending on whether or not you have automatic trasmission or manual fill it up until you can put your finger in it and then rotate converter clock wise and it should slip into place before putting trasmission back into car and if after doing that and you still are having trouble take it to a transmission shop to have them do it for you.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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