Question about 1991 Honda Accord
When I bought my cb7, I didn't really notice this problem and it has grown worse over time.
Basically my car is really hard to put into park. And when I change from park to reverse. The engine jumps, I changed both rear and front mounts.
The car has a really bad GRINDING/METAL TO METAL sound when in reverse. And if I back up really fast I get a louder grinding.
I thought it was mounts or tranny.
But then someone told me they have the same problem after they dropped their car with both front tires off. Their car was on jacks.
Can anyone help me and lead me away from the mounts and the vacuum on the rear motor mount.
I changed that and the valve it goes to.
Both cars with this issue are autos.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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