When check engine lights illuminate, the first step to take is to have it scanned for diagnostic codes. Or is my local mechanic just as good? Even my 92 Pontiac Bonneville got a 120K without replacing the transmission. People may try to drive slowly anyway, because they cannot afford to replace the transmission. After this issue I would never recommend Honda to anyone or buy another Honda brand. It is the notebook size component with a wiring harness connected to it in the immediate proximity of the modulator.
When the parts manager called Honda for the transmission, they discovered it was not available. No further incident that time again. Honda knows they made a piece of crap, we need to file a class action law suit to make them pay. The reason we, like so many others, purchased this Honda is because of it's reputation for dependability. After input of the initial information, the scanner displays several options from which to withdraw codes -- select the appropriate engine as listed. With these codes, you can narrow down what is wrong. Drive the car and watch the correlation among all four wheels.
You increase the potential of losing control of your vehicle. No auto box spares available here only exchange box Oct 02, 2010 It is typical of the Odyssey to get carbon build up in the intake. Here are some of the warning lights you may see in your Honda Accord. If both the engine and transmission work properly, continue to the next step. This is probably a job for your mechanic.
Supposedly it will lock up on me soon and they are recommending I rebuild the transmission. Also check the transmission fluid level and add transmission fluid as necessary. I kind of wish somebody would just steal it so I could wash my hands of it lol. As I was going I noticed the transmission was slipping. The helps a driver maintain control and stability of the vehicle if it loses grip and starts to skid or slide. Now after 1 month of ownership, a light comes on and they are telling me the Torque converter is causing a problem in the transmission, they say the converter clutch has deteriorated and it's leaving metal in the transmission.
I hope that Honda is required to fix or replace the transmission. Should I challenge Honda to pay for some of the cost, as it was due to a defect that they know about? I got P0700, P0706, and P0780. Please or to join the conversation. When was your last transmission service? If yes, count the blinks to get the trouble code. We had been experiencing symptoms for over a year that, in hindsight, were because of a failing transmission.
The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. I take my Honda to Hillside Honda for repairs and check up. When one would normally expect it to go to third gear, it slips. You should still drive with caution on wet or slippery roads, but seeing the light in these circumstances indicates your traction control system is working. These were documented in our service records.
P0700 basically tells me that there is something wrong with the transmission and to refer to other codes. Contacted american Honda and they refused to cover any cost to fix it. Test-drive the vehicle and note any irregularities in the engine and transmission operation. It came on again about once every 4-6 months, then about every month, then every other week, and about a 1. Is it safe in this situation? The terminal to hook up the code reader is under the driver's side dash about in line with your right shin. Turn the ignition key on engine off. After he got it out, he needed to drive it up the road to a spot where he could hook it up to the truck.
Subreddits you may also enjoy: I was driving my 2001 Honda accord this morning and suddenly the traction control system light and the check engine light came on after the car up shifted. Hello, thank you for writing in. The first are warning lights. What is going on with the transmission. My problem is as follows.
Even if there is no code displayed concerning the vehicle speed sensor, it is still a good idea to monitor it in action to see if the signal may be present but irregular. My college daughter has a 2003 Subaru Forester that I bought used with 40,000 miles for her in 2005. The air bag warning light remained illuminated after a takata air bag recall remedy was performed. The reason we, like so many others, purchased this Honda is because of it's reputation for dependability. A bad product can't automatically be a good product and this was their fault and their mess. If one or more sensors appear to be malfunctioning, this is the problem.
Honda Accord warning lights can be red or yellow, and they let you know when certain parts under the hood are severely damaged or malfunctioning. When the tow truck driver pulled it out, he hooked up his rig to the rear control arms and dragged it out. Early morning as I was leaving my place for work, I noticed that the brakes were 'soft'; at the first stop sign, it took the brake to stop the van a longer distance than usual, speed is below 20mph. The air bag warning light remained illuminated after a takata air bag recall remedy was performed. This problem happens very often on Honda cars, please urge Honda to step up and accept their transmission failure, and to cover 100% cost for the repair. My gear shifter also literally fell apart so now I can't get the key out of the ignition either. I'd take it anywhere with no worries.