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Transmission slips in 2001 honda civic

Transmission slips mostly going into 2nd and 4th

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Well Katie, I don't want ruin your day, but your trans is failing. Not much you can do at this point except have it repaired/replaced. Honda's very rarely have electrical/control issues with their transmissions. Typically problems are due to a clutch pack or bearing failure, that contaminates the fluid and causes valves in the valve body to stick. Civics in particular are prone to forward clutch pack failures.

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Yes, it could very well be a bad transmission.

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Sounds like the pressure plate! Try this, rev the engine for a sec then when it starts to slows down try to put it in reverse - if the gears grind, its the pressure plate which will come with the clutch kit for about 125-175.00.

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*rack and pinion is steering not trans! Separate issue??


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throw out bearing

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SOURCE: 1996 honda civic lx Automatic transmission startting to slip

try having the transmission filter and fluid changed.

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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You need to dismantle the clutch,to verify the pressure plate and the disc plate

Posted on Feb 11, 2010

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