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Re: wierd water noise coming from shift console when...
Sounds like you have a drain blocked in the vent just under the wipers, take the vent cover off and look for the drain hole, if you park it anywhere near a tree this is probably the problem. Try to create the problem by pouring lots of water down the vents and see if it sloshes around. finding the drain can be a pain.
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Sounds like you might have a v6 engine. The only solution to this one is to replace the transmission. Google the car there is nothing but problems with the v6 transmissions if left unfixed it will leave u stranded be carefull
It does have a dipstick can be hard to find though check behind the motor kind tucked under the fire wall the grinding sounds unrelated to the hard shifting since it happens when your in park and the only trans parts rootating at that time is the torque converter and input shaft that fact that its not constant kinda points me more toward the belt system either a bad tensioner, water pump, power steering pump, a/c compressor or clutch, or an idler pullley
I suggest you have a transmission shop take a close look at your vehicle. That year accord with a v6 and automatic transmission had a recall for the transmission and your problem seems to be a slowly dying tranny.
Any chance it is some other component making the noise? Water pump, alternator, etc? Can you describe the noise? To help determine where the noise is coming from, get a large screwdriver and CAREFULLY touch it to each component while placing your ear against the plastic handle. This can help locate the noise, as it may seem to be the ps pump, but is actually the alt. or something else with bearings that are on the way out.
u mite think about puttin it to sleep-yea u can ajust tv cables n bands n do pressure checs-but i u hav more miles then a trip to da moon-inspec the oil condition anyway-i talkin tranny here not ur car!