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Getting test leqds (tip jack) style for a multitester. First answers all about cars not one referenced a multester. Every time I attempt correction/clarification I am getting run around the cicrle by

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I'll try to answer. May not be much help, but if you need new leads for your multimeter, you need to take it with you to get the correct jacks that fit in it. As long as the jacks fit securely, you can buy a number of leads.
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SOURCE: In response to clarification request Honda 2005 ...The sound

IT sounds like the whining can be comming from gears that are not being well lubricated, especially when the sound increases as the car warms up.

You will need to check the fluid level for your transmission. Make sure it is adequate for this model (you may need to reference the owner's manual).

I'm not sure if this van has a differential in a place where you can check it. Bad news, you may need to visit a Honda dealer. Try to get them to diagnose the problem, then tell them you don't want it fixed. Most shops will diagnose for free, some will charge you the labor time for a minimum of 1 hour.

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SOURCE: 95 mx6 4cyl

May have scored the cylinder walls and lost the ring tension. Can you give it a compression test??

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