Question about 1992 Honda Accord
I have a '92 Honda Accord with an automatic transmission. Lately whenever I come to a complete stop and start to go again, no matter how much I put on the gas the car will barely roll at first and take an unusually long time to get up to speed. This is when the gear shift is in the "D" position. If I use it like a manual transmission, however, putting it into first gear whenever I stop, it works perfectly.
Consider a the rebuilding of your transmission, or the replacement with a good used one.
There are shops that can fix this for a few hundred dollars, but most will charge you a whole lot more.
Most national brand shops are quite expensive.
An honest reliable one should be a few hundred dollars cheaper than a "National " shop.
Honestly, wherever you live may determine your success here, as some locations in the US have no option but a "Name" brand.
God bless your efforts.
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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
I just got done putting an engine in one of these. the chances are your clutch is not releasing all the way, or you have internal damage to the transmission. you can try to bleed the clutch by having a buddy pump the clutch 30 times or so and on the last pump have them hold it down so you can open the bleeder on the slave cylinder. repeat this 6 times, going 5 pumps less each time untill you reach 0. keep plenty of replacement fluid on hand to keep the clutch master cylinder full, if that don't help even a little, I'd start suspecting the transmission itself.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
First thing to do,try to pump your clutch before you shift into 1st gear then if you feel makes better, most probably you have problem with your hydraulic clutch system, check the clutch line if there is an evidence of fluid leaking or it could be internal leak.
Second thing to do, check your transmission oil, may be it' s too old or you use a thick oil thats why when cold its hard to shift then when the engine rich the normal temperature(warm) the oil become thin and the shifting will smooth. Remember the very old oil become thicken and the purity is gone and can cause of hard shifting. in this regards i suggest you to change the transmission oil and check the used oil if there is small peace of metals, then you are in big trouble,
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
it has a problem with the second gear drum it cracks and does not fully engauge the n shifts to 3rd ..many honda owners also learn the 8 bucks a quart is the only fluid to pour in a honda..but remember 3 qaurts per drain and fill the tranny holds 7q ....it will take a case to do a drain flush...a high pressure flush will ruin a automatic tranny with alot of miles or metal deposits floating around inside..DRAIN AND FILL 3 QUARTS AT A TIME NO GASKET NEEDED ITS BUILT AND DESIGNED LIKE A MANUAL TRANNY
Posted on May 07, 2009
SOURCE: 92 Accord Automatic shifting
Has anyone change the transmission fluid and used anything other than Honda ATF-Z1. If so, have the fluid/filter changed in this car and use only Honda Fluid. This is the only fluid that you can use in a Honda. Even if you have used the correct fluid an fluid/filter change may help. If that is not the case then I suggest you seek out a trusted professional.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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