I have a 98 honda CRV when driving it tries to kick its self out of gear at 3500 rpm. Tranny been checked its fine. It doesn't throw any codes either. Its like the rev govener is kicking in. Like its...
96 to 2002 Civic, Accord, CRV automatics: The shift solenoid pairs, usually 2 pairs - upper and lower, are very sensitive and get sticky with age. take them off and clean them and test them with a good 12v battery. The plunger should move an 1/8th inch with a good snap. If one is stuck whack it face down on a clean piece of paper, blow it out with a compressor and try again. Solenoids can cause starting out in the wrong gear, missing gears, creep in neutral, bad downshifting, shudder, etc... Lower front solenoids are under a metal cap with 3 10mm bolts. Passengers side. Down there at the rear passenger side of the trans is the speed sensor, make sure the connector is clean and wires not damaged. Most of the time it is stuck or weak solenoids that cause these shifting issues. Each solenoid works on a separate gear actuation pathway.
Feb 26, 2012 |
1998 Honda CR-V