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Old 11-11-2009, 11:04 PM
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I have 2001 Accord EX v4, 130K Miles, the problem happened recently when the weather turns cold (I'm in northeast). when the car started, even with 5 minutes warm up, the car is "choked" when speed up (from gear 1/2 to 3) at the beginning, the engine is running but the car hardly moved, usually after one choke, everything is back to normal. yesterday, somehow, the D4 is start flashing during the choke and engine light is on. After I restarted the car, everything is fine again but the engine light remains on. So I went to Autozone and get the code P0700/P1456/P0780, looks like Transmission related, any idea?
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Old 11-12-2009, 10:57 PM
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When the D4 light is flashing that means say goodbye to your tranny bro =(
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Old 11-13-2009, 02:24 AM
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The P1456 is due to a loose gas cap. See if the rubber o-ring is worn or torn.

The P0700 and P0780 are problems with the transmission that were common in 98-02 accords. Your transmission is likely on its way out.
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Old 11-17-2009, 08:37 PM
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Thanks.
You guys are right, the transmission is bad, the HONDA does not want to cover the cost, said my car is out of warranty (127000) and the dealer quoted 3500 for the replacement. What should I do, continue driving until the last mile or fix it (not sure, the new one will last how long)
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Thanks.
You guys are right, the transmission is bad, the HONDA does not want to cover the cost, said my car is out of warranty (127000) and the dealer quoted 3500 for the replacement. What should I do, continue driving until the last mile or fix it (not sure, the new one will last how long)
Driving the car until it quits on you would not be a wise decision to go by..might leave you in much trouble out on the highway some where's.
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Old 11-18-2009, 09:34 AM
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warranty extension was up tp 7yrs 9 months or 109,000 miles.........
i would get the phone # of Honda of America and complain to them ,,,,,or Honda district manager
i have seen where Honda will step in and help owners out , maybe pay 50%.. ??
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Old 11-18-2009, 07:45 PM
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Called HONDA Goodwill Service Center 1800-999-1009, it does not work out, guess I have too many miles on my car. Also found out my transmission has already been replaced around 60000 miles 4 years ago by the dealer, what a surprise, another 60000 miles,it's broken again!

So far, as long as I warm up the car for 10 minutes until the Engine Temperature point to the middle, I feel little hesitate when I speed up.
I will keep doing that while looking for a new car.

Thanks again for the help.
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Thanks for all the information. I just had the exact same symptoms today with my 2001 Honda Accord.

My only question now is, appropriately how long do i have before the transmission goes out completely?

Is it worth flushing the transmition to keep it going a little longer until I can replace the car?
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Do you have the same ECU codes as the OP? If not, post them in a new post for best response.

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