Question about 2000 Honda Passport
This is not related to the radio unless you shorted something out bad and it blew out some fuses. Transmissions are electronic so it is worth looking into. The best advice is to take it back to the business that rebuilt it and have them see what is happening. Still under warranty or not they should work with you.
Posted on Mar 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a break in period on new transmissions, however it should not be shifting like you described. Shifting is controlled by sensors and solenoids, it is the clutch disks and friction plates that need to be broken in. A number of things could cause a transmission to act like this. You should have them do a whole system scan and find out if there are any faults. It there are, correct them before you damage the transmission.
If it were normal for a car to shift poorly with a new transmission, Honda would never sell any new cars.
Check fluid level and color - If it is burned, take it back immediately.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
SOURCE: The Honda dealer replaced my
I doubt it was new. If they wanted your old trans, it wasn't new. You can always get the part number and ask the parts guy to check that number, but that's not the issue today, what is P0730 indicating? have it checked by Honda or a good trans shop.
Posted on Aug 30, 2011
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