Question about 1993 Honda Accord
Your automatic transmission control module is telling you there is a problem and putting the car in limp mode. Sometimes this goes away with a simple restart, sometimes it's more serious. This computer is located on the same mounting cage as your ECU... all are under the passenger side floor board "under the glove box where their feet would rest". You can check your computer or check engine light for a trouble code or you can pull out that transmission computer to open it up with a Phillips screw driver and look for 2 burnt capacitors in the corner. If burnt, replace the trans computer... don't confuse this with the ECU, it's the smaller of the two. If it is still perfect, you'll want to get it diagnosed at a shop if changing your trans fluid and wiping the metal gatherings off of the drain bolt won't solve it.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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