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My 1999 Honda Accord makes a loud clunking noise when I put it in reverse. It doesn't do it all the time but does so pretty frequently. It seems to be less prone to doing this if I really ease into the reverse and try not to punch the gas pedal. It also tends to like to die from time to time. The most recent happened to be while I was going 70 mph down the highway. It always starts right back up again but it still kind of concerning. I'm not sure if these two problems are related or what could be causing either issue.

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I'm no expert sounds like the cars going into some kind of limp home mode the clunk could be drop link ,engine mounts sound dangerous at 70.

Posted on May 14, 2017

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This could the problem with on board computer please get it checked..............

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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an automatic transmission for your car has clutch packs that help it go into gears they can go out and cause this exact problem purchase a new clutch pack or used if you like and replace it make sure its the reverse clutch pack they are located on the front of your transmission. heres a place you might try for a used one: Peach street auto 18003651341 or try the dealer! but be advised it may be the actual gears then you will need a new transmission or used one Peach street should be able to get one to you cheap! with rebuilding its usually cheaper or the same price for a used one.

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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Is the engine light on, if so have them read? Take a look the charging system (see if it is above 13volts and below 16volts), see if the gas cap is on firmly and the o-ring on it is in good shape, look at the cars maintenance history and see how long its been since the last complete tune-up. If there are no codes recorded then it would probably be a mechanical issue, Look at coils, fuel pressure, timing, and injectors. If you need more specific info, just let me know, Good luck.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: 1988 DELTA 88 FUEL INJECTED BOGS WHEN TRY TO SPEED HIGHWAY

Change fuel filter and check fuel pump pressure. Pump may be going bad.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: runs fine but stalled out doing 70 mph done

check your fuel filter.

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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When i shifting from reverse to drive I hear a loud clunk noise.


I'll admit right away that I cannot solve this for you, but I can tell you your problem would bother me too. New vehicles should not "clank" when they go into ANY gear. Sounds to me like something might just be loose but who knows, right?

The beauty of owning a new vehicle, my friend, is THEY have to figure it out & fix it under warranty. Call your favorite Honda dealer and set up an appointment!

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