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The tranmission has to come out of the
vehicle & come apart
How you go about that is up to you
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately the only thing to do in this case is to open the gearbox and see the real status of the cylinders, it's very possible the cylinders do not make contact anymore.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
well Im sure theres a ton of miles on it-do u perform reg maint like checkin fluid level-u may need the throttle cable ajusted that hooks to trans-band n clutch could be out of measure too--trans hydra-valve system could be worn--see all these things effect the way the fluid makes the gears move--a pressure test can confirm an aging trans
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
I assume this is an automatic since you mention "Park". If so, it seems as if one of the planetary cluches is worn out (or you have insufficient pressure in the tranny). Either way, it is tranny rebuild time. Is the transmission fluid brown and burnt smelling or a nice bright red? Any particles floating in it?
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
Sorry but this is far too complex a fault to be able to solve remotely. There's the added complication that nobody on FixYa has any way of knowing whether the transmission rebuild was done properly, or was just a cheap replacement of a few obvious broken/worn parts and a fresh coat of paint. There is no such thing as a cheap rebuild, so if that's what you had then that's what you got. A good rebuild takes time and money and that's why a good rebuild usually comes with a warranty which gives the same or similar protection to a brand new Honda original. By contrast, cheap rebuilds are usually only good enough to enable you to sell a faulty car to the next unsuspecting owner.
If you had a proper tranny rebuild then contact the company which did the work as your fault might still be under warranty.
If you're lucky, it's just the shifter linkages which have disconnected or have broken/worn bushings but you'll only find out by getting the car to a garage for proper diagnosis.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you, the tranny had a year warranty still when i bought car from original owner. It was a reputable shop"
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