Question about 1999 Honda Civic
I have a 99 ek hatchback with an auto tranny 120k miles, Yesterday I was driving home from school and out of no where while going around 40mph my transmission started to slip and rattle, I tried down shifting to d3 and 2nd gear and it didn't downshift it went completely into neutral and just revved up, I stopped in a parking lot and put it in reverse it didn't go into reverse. I turned the car off while it was in park and turned it back on, gears shifted but went out just like the first time, once I got home I replaced the tranny fluid and it ran good for the most part, drove it today and it went out once again, need help ASAP this is my dd
Check your input or output sensors on top of tranny. Check engine light?
Posted on Apr 06, 2017
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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
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
It sounds like the lever from the gear shifter has come loose. I would first look at the shifter from under the car. You can also remove the boot (or console) from inside the car and check the linlage. Most linkage is held on by a small clip or cotter pin and somethime they don't stay in place anad the linkage slides off the arm..
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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