Question about 2000 Honda Accord
Hi. You probably have a transmission problem and could be a torque converter. You have retrieve codes from the ECM. When the D4 blinks in means that you have a code in the Powertrain control module memory. Getting that code you can try to find a solution. You can go to Autozone to get the code or purchase an inexpensive code retriever at Harbor Freights. If you like to fix car yourself I would recommend you to purchase a subscription at www.alldatadiy.com and you will find all information for your car. If you don't find they will provide you. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
Transmission is loosing it's ability to move the car
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1994 honda accord
The D4 light blinking indicates there is a diagnostic trouble code stored.When a malfunction occurs,the vehicle computer records the code and stores it,then flashes the D4 light to let you KNOW there is a problem.On pre OBD 2 Honda vehicles,1995 and back,Hondas are manual code read,which means you do NOT hook up a scan tool as there is no scan port.The passenger side front kick panel is removed,and a blue 2 wire connector located.Use a jumper wire to short out the connector,then turn the ignition key on,with engine off,not running.This throws the computer into self diagnostic mode,and the D4 or "s" light will flash a series of flashes.The flashes have to be counted,and written down.For example,2 flashes followed by 4 flashes would be a code 24.The code is then looked up with reference material for a description and diagnostic route.Every diagnostic trouble code,has a diagnostic route,for repairing the problem.Again,this informtion,the diagnostic route,is available in reference material from pay sources like All Data Online.After the repair is made,the battery is disconnected to clear the code.Good luck.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
SOURCE: The trans won't shift into
the shift points in the trans are electroniclly controlled if they are going bad witch is normally the case with the accord auto trans.you can either have the trans rebuilt or get a new one.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
i wouldn't worry about it its probably a loose wire somewhere as long as it shifts and drives cool hope this helps regards Jim
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Check all your fuses and run a code checker at Auto zone to see if any trouble codes are detected if not the shift lever release solinoid is in need of replacing or servicing.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
That is a fault indication for your transmission. I am not positive but I think that indicates a fault in your forth gear solenoid. Your transmission is not going to last very long driving it like that. When you stomp on the gas and it does not accelerate, your clutch discs are slipping and burning. It won't take much of that to ruin them. You may want to take it to a good Honda transmission place. I don't know about the older Hondas, but the newer ones don't have any provision for removing a pan and working on them. They don't even have a line replacable filter.
Check your transmission fluid dipstick. If its not a nice "bright" red color, you are probably burning up your clutches. The darker the fluid, the more contaminated it is.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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