The failure mileage was not available. April 2012 she was driving when the transmission totally failed. Our typical delivery time is 3-5 business days after processing your order. When speaking with the dealer they indicated they would contact Honda and ask for assistance on my behalf. This puts the occupants and vehicles behind you at risk of a rear end collision. If class action lawsuit is started, we'd be happy to be involved.
Then today, I reveresed and when I put it into drive it went into neutral again and I had to put it into park and back into drive for it to work again. I wish they'd own up to the problem. Would not go into gear after warming up. I immediately called Honda again who told me they would have a case manager review and get back to me in a few days I also confirmed that my car had a new jet kit installed which in any one of these cases did not ultimately fix the issue. Local transmission shop said that this part has been on local backorder from Honda for 9 months and does not know when new parts will be available.
We do not require a core charge or a return of the old part or engine. At 237k, I think you got pretty good service, if the trans is original. The sudden reduction in speed nearly caused a rear end collision. Service manager asked if he could drive it home. I can't afford to get this fixed!!. I turned it on again, same thing, didn't move. A search does not show a current or past defect investigation for this problem.
The problem occurred while going into 2nd gear which is exactly what the recall was for in 2004. This transmission unit has been inspected, tested and ready to ship. This time, they consulted with the Honda company technical service. The consumer took the vehicle to the dealer, where they performed a revision to the oil cooler return line. And the car doesn't start, it makes some electrical weird noise.
Why isn't there a recall or any recourse from Honda? I never go on the internet to post anything. Regardless of what you are planning to do, you should file a complaint with the — they can force a recall if there is a sufficient number of documented issues. The consumer stated there is now a problem with the transmission slipping and not going into gear. What I see front driver side wheel broke from axle and just below the car. It was only 5 years old and I thought since my first car was a 91 accord that last forever this one would too, the minute it went to 120k the trannie went out, Luckily I inherited the Avalon I drive now. I came very close to being rear ended but luckly got off to the side of the road. After doing some research I find many Honda owners with the same complaint.
And I do understand that this defect probably represents an anomaly for them. Inquire directly with our sales agent at 1-800-378-7566 for options and availability. If I put the car in neutral, and just applied some gas to the pedal, the tachometer rpm needle jumped around all over the place. Stop car and restart it would shift properly for a few minutes before slipping out of gear again. Shifted threw the gears nothing. No problem, we will replace it at no cost to you.
Went to leave and I had no reverse. The fiber wears off prematurely causing a metal on metal wear effect with the steel plates which superheats the fluid which causes the hydraulics to operate improperly causing premature wear. I have an older one that is wonderful. The service writer at the dealership said that they have problems more like about 130-50K. I just want to be 100% sure that it's done. Luckily just got saved since 52 footer was behind me would have blown me off.
Thought maybe they put the wrong fluid in. I would happily join a class action Lawsuit against Honda. I drove it to the place for service but having to stop and let car cool down a couple times on the way there. Very dangerouse when a vehicle is behind you and you can't excelerate due to not having a 3rd gear. My car was making a loud awful mechanical machine noise and as I drove it off the highway its revs were at a constant 5. For additional information, call our sales experts at 1-800-378-7566. New car or new transmission? If you have similar transmission problems with your 2003 Accord, please contact me as well, or post your complaint on as well so that there is a record of it.
No service light was on. I am sorry for you. Same thing happened 2 days ago. I cannot believe that Honda would not get this taken care of. . Honda has been developed sophisticated transmissions through years and it is critical that you add the exact type of transmission fluid stipulated by your owner's manual typically in the back of the manual in a section titled Fluid Capacities.