Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
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i bet you did not change the cam timing belt at 60k miles. ?
not the pistons bent over the head valve. BAM end of road $$$$$$$$$
Posted on Jan 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: honda civic 2003 transmission
Its possible that your transmissions Shift Solonoids could be acting erratically, either because they themselves are faulty, or the transmission's ECU is faulty, or maybe even the wiring between the two is somewhat faulty.
However it is also possible that your transmission's Speed Governor is holding too much pressure and doesn't realize it needs to downshift when you start slowing down.
Thirdly it is also possible that your Torque-Converter lockup may be siezed, or the wiring feeding it may be faulty.
Transmission repairs are usually somewhat pricey, and difficult to pinpoint, and fix, and I'm sorry to say that most of these causes to your problem really can't be checked without pulling the transmission out of the car, and disassembling it to see what the problem is.
Posted on May 16, 2008
SOURCE: 97' accord, stalled on wife while driving? 5 min. later it started and stalled on it's own again. cranked it once more and she drove it home. now a couple of days later the car runs fine but the check
Your best investment is a Haynes Repair Manual, either from your local Auto Zone or similiar retailer or online: http://www.haynes.com/products/searchType/vehicleApplicationSearch2/searchEnd/yes/sfID1//sfID2//sfID3//year/1997/make/Honda/model/Accord/x/20/y/3/productID/193. Step by step instructions on troubleshooting, repair or replacement, based on a complete teardown and rebuild.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
pull one of the plugs out leave the plug wire on it and rest it on something metal on the car and have someone try to turn it over.if no spark can be seen try changing your crankshaft sensor
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: 1990 honda accord won' start
Hi...my name is Keith...if you will pull a spark plug out and see if you are getting spark to the spark plug..and if you are getting spark... you can rule out the ignition....and i would look towards the fuel pump... and a fuel pump relay(if it is fuel injected)
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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