Question about Honda Accord
Anytime I see a a/t acting up like that I check the transmission fluid first. I am not sure where it is on your car so you should consult the owners manual to find the dipstick. Usually there will be a hot and cold measurement on the dipstick. It is better to check when hot. So the way to do that is to drive the car for a couple of miles to get it up to temp then park it and leave it idling and check the transmission fluid just like if you are checking the oil. If this comes back fine then you are right and it is most likely an electrical problem. I always recommend taking an electrical problem to a shop that you trust just because of the way an electrical problem could be just about anywhere. I worked on a car for a guy that the lights wouldn't turn off and it turned out it was a crossed wire in the radio wiring harness.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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