Question about 2002 Honda Civic
If the fluid is fine, then I would think that an electronic/mechanical breakdown has occurred.
I would have the car's computer scanned with an OBD-II Scanner in order to find out if any transmission codes have been tripped. If so, then it can be an invaluable tool to finding out what system to work on by the transmission tech.
It's likely that with the few hundred codes that are monitoring the engine and transmission, that the transmission problem will have been detected.
I would be surprised if the OBD-II system didn't detect a non operational transmission in such a late model car (1996 and above).
I can't venture to say whether it is more mechanical or electrical, but I'm leaning towards a shift solenoid or related condition.
Good luck on this repair.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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