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Old 08-14-2010, 12:18 AM
 
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Default 1992 Honda Accord Ex(automatic) Transmission problem

I have a problem with my Honda Accord and i dont really know what it is. Its kind of hard to explain but here goes:

When im driving my honda will suddenly not shift gears (its like im in neutral. it will let me press the gas pedal and the rpm will go up but i will not move). After coming to a complete stop and restarting m car about three or four times it will finally start to move again but only for a couple of feet before it starts to not work again.

Does anyone know what the problem may be?
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Old 08-14-2010, 12:37 AM
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I have a problem with my Honda Accord and i dont really know what it is. Its kind of hard to explain but here goes:

When im driving my honda will suddenly not shift gears (its like im in neutral. it will let me press the gas pedal and the rpm will go up but i will not move). After coming to a complete stop and restarting m car about three or four times it will finally start to move again but only for a couple of feet before it starts to not work again.

Does anyone know what the problem may be?

Sounds like your tranny is shot. Have you checked your tranny fluid? When was your last tranny drain and fill??? How much metal shaving where on the drain plug?? (if did a drain and fill)
If itís revving out and not moving then your tranny is done...time for a new one or a tranny swap... Sorry to hear another cb7 down
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how do i check the transmission fluid?
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Old 08-14-2010, 10:29 AM
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That pic of from a newer accord. But it’s in the same location. Just look for the orange loop top of the dipstick. It’s the only one down there.
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