I have a 92 honda accord. The other night i went outside & crunk up my car went on my way down the road and once i got to the stop sign all of a sudden it starting making a funny noisy and the car would not go in reverse , drive, or park!! i started freaking out & i ended up having to call a tow to park it at my house! its strange and i have no clue where to start where the problem is...i have a idea that it could be maybe the transmission or maybe a chifter...idk?!?! so i need help!!
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Re: honda accord transmission???
Does shifter move if it doesn't it could mean a broken shift cable or broken shifter. If both are Good then you have a BAD transmission. These vehicles are known to break shifter cable. CHECK THIS FIRST> Good-Luck and thanks for using FIX YA
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My Accord V6 '99 has over 215,000. You can use synthetic transmission oil if its zr1 compatible. I change mine every 60,000 or so. Its 3 qts for the v6. The nissan maximas are the ones that have transmissions that generally dont last past 120,000 miles. Why do you still see many 98 and 99 accords still on the road Carlos?
If yours went at 70,000 than you need to buy a haynes manual and keep up with the maintenance on your car. By the way. Honda Accords are notorious for running fine after 200,000 miles. The parts are easy access and if you use a cheap obd2 scanner you can zero in on any problem with the car.
Is it in the way of access to the timing belt cover? If so, remove the bolt, and let the engine drop down. You may have to loosen the other Mounts and physically force the engine down. Instead of removing the wheel well, you can drill a 2 inch hole into it, once you see where the timing marks are.