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Have the auto transmission fluid level checked, if the fluid has never been changed i'd do that as these are classic trans fluid problems,don't leave it to long to do as could cause a mechanical prob then your into serious problems
Posted on May 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This must be a case of worn or nearly worn brake pads, happens to me all the time. As you buy new disc pads, make sure you use a 'break in' conditioning to the new pads, meaning, from speed of 30-0 slam the brakes, then cool off, then 45-0, slowly do the same if it is safe to do so, and on a clear road, if possible do a 60-0 do the same thing. Before doing these, I have to say make sure, either have your rotors checked by a mechanic if it needs to be cut to specification meaning there are no ridges/circular deep lines on the rotor surface. Good luck...
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
If the fan only works on high speed I'd suspect a bad resistor in the fan circuit. On a new car it may be called by a different name but in essence does the same thing. It steps voltage down to the fan motor in all speeds but high. I'd check that first assuming there is no obstruction interfering with fan operation in all speeds but high overcomes that obstuction. I've seen mice among other things in a fan box on many occasions. I think the A/C problem is unrelated to your fan problem. This one may be a little harder to solve. The first thing to check is Freon level. The compressor won't cycle if the freon is low to avoid damage to the compressor. Do the fans, both under the hood come on when you turn on the A/C? If so it is more than likely just a Freon issue. If not take it to your local Honda Dealer.
Posted on May 23, 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
if you have a slave cylinder on it my not be working right,, if you have levers maybe a brushing wearing out cause wobble
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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