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  • OAnsah
    OAnsah - 2001 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/30/2010
    What are the problems of my car because I have engine light and SRS light on?
    I have 175000 miles. Codes are P1167 and P1162
    • Autobahn
      11/29/2010 Autobahn
      P1167/P1162 Before and after ccatalytic- Usually this is an O2 sensor code, BUT that is quite different from the front sensors, most people thing its an O2 sensor but it is an A/F ratio sensor. Make sure your car is under the correct emiisions label because there are times that a car in hmmmm let say New York that has the CA emission label and those mismatches trigger the code. Also F23A1 is VTEC and the F23A4 is ULEV VTECH. There is a big difference when it comes to the correct O2 Sensor.
    • RC
      11/30/2010 RC
      P1167 is HO2S S1 heater failure
      P1162 is (AF Sensor) (S1) failure
      You probably need to replace the AF sensor before the cat. The SRS light is the air bag. I've seen some Honda dealers that will check and reset this for free (first time). If it comes back they will need to troubleshoot the SRS system.
  • Tony
    Tony - 1995 Honda Civic - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/29/2010
    Feels like when i hit the gas its not going as fast as it should and engin revs pretty loud
    does this mean i need a whole new tranny... what does this mean?
    • Nissan Technical Advisor
      Your transmission is probably slipping and this is due to any of the following; friction disc is damaged or the clutch assembly is defective; oil in the flywheel also can make this kind of problem; the torque converter is malfunctioning due to reduce pressure (automatic); transmission bands are not adjusted well; worn out transmission gears; dropped in fluid level. Also check your transmission mounts, it may be torn or broken. Replacing the transmission will be your last option.
  • donny
    donny - 1991 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/28/2010
    Would a motor mount cause engine to shake
  • michael
    michael - 1990 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/27/2010
    My car sounds like im dragging something only when i press the gas. what might that be?
    manual trans. 171,000 miles on it and the noise only occurs when stepping on the gas. i could be going 60mph and take my foot off the gas and not a single sound is heard
    0 answer
  • bernie
    bernie - 1990 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/24/2010
    How do I replace a speedodometer sensor on my vehicle?
    • justins1stchoice
      11/24/2010 justins1stchoice
      purchase the part, any local part supplier should have this. on your vehicle it should be located on the back side of the transmission towards the top. easy job. check your gauge cluster also, common to go out as well.
  • Tina Clark
    Tina Clark - 1998 Honda Passport - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/23/2010
    Why does my right rear brake calipar make a noise when I pull off from being stopped? Mechanic says calibar - not trans
    90,000 miles. Transmission fluid was leaking prior to problem. Replaced cooler hoses.
    • Autobahn
      11/23/2010 Autobahn
      Your calipers are getting stuck, they are not disengaging after you have stopped the car and you have moved forward again. Of course if that happened to be, id see if it can be repaired by lubricating it (usually a stuck moving component of a car lacks lubrication thus geting stuck). Worst case scenario would be you have to replace your caliper.
    • Nissan Technical Advisor
      I suggests not lubricate the caliper, because oil will get into the pads and rotor, therefore you will slip when braking. I recommend checking the condition of the brake assembly in the affected wheel. Possibly the piston is stuck due to worn seal/gasket in the slave cylinder. Air bubbles can also cause you this; check, replace the parts and bleed the system.
  • buckeyeguy
    buckeyeguy - 1998 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/23/2010
    Lately I have had no acceleration. I push the gas and the engine revs but the car just does not want to accelerate.
    My car has 160,000 miles and is a manual transmission.
    • darkmind
      11/22/2010 darkmind
      Did you already check the condition and adjust you transmission linkages? It is possible that it is out of adjustment or damaged.
    • Ray
      11/23/2010 Ray
      It sounds like you need to replace the clutch. Here's a link for parts pricing. If you take it to a shop, the labor time is 7.4 hours.
  • H3LL-R3LL
    H3LL-R3LL - 2000 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/22/2010
    What all would i need to install the acura 3.2 6cyl type s 6mt into my automatic honda
    my tranny blew and I wanted to replace it with a manual. is it better to swap the whole motor and tranny from acura? where can i get a good deal on motor and tranny? would i be able to swap the the 3.5L motor from 2001 RL in and still use 6mt from acura 3.2cl type s?
    • Solid Snake
      11/22/2010 Solid Snake
      No, i dont think it will fit, just get a motor and tranny assy, Acura engines now are not like the B or D or H series engines that you can mix and match

      Ex. B18c5 type r head mated to a b16a block
  • suerte
    • Nav
      11/22/2010 Nav
      A Blinking "D" light indicates a transmission computer failure. The computer controls the shift points so it is something that needs to be addressed. Had the same thing happen and Honda replaced the entire transmission. Luckily when mine failed, it was still under warranty. The transmissions have always been weak problem spot in the 01-03 Odysseys.
  • samantha
    samantha - 1988 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/19/2010
    Is this a problem with the solenoid?
    It has 170,000 miles and I was driving down my road one day and my car was in drive but it woundnt go. I even pushed on the gas and it just reevs up in drive. I cut it off and an hour or so later it will drive down the road and do the same thing all over again.
  • Thomas
    Thomas - 2006 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/19/2010
    My car will run in drive but not reverse from park but will run in reverse from drive
    • TechSam
      11/19/2010 TechSam
      Sounds to me like the gear shifter needs adjustments, maybe its binding some where.
  • sydney
    sydney - 2004 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/18/2010
    On the dash vsa is appearing what does this mean , transmission lights on dsh nt working a/c not working need help asap.
    aircon only works everynow and again when it does work everything gets resolved but then aircon stops workin and once again lights come back on with that code message VSA how do i fix these problems has anyone ever had this happen to them?
    0 answer
  • Jeff
    Jeff - 2000 Honda CR-V - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/17/2010
    Clutch pedal has too much play
    • HouseCallAuto
      11/17/2010 HouseCallAuto
      If the clutch hydraulic system has been bled out and the free play is still excessive then it may be a bad clutch.
  • honda civic
    honda civic - 1993 Honda Civic - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/12/2010
    Im towing car with tow bar what is the right way
    were and how would i put anti lock on so transmision isnt damaged
    • CVO
      11/12/2010 CVO
      Check with U-HAUL, they're selling the tow bars and they could give the right information.Hope this helps and be safe.
      11/12/2010 test engineer
      Always either tow with drive shaft disconected or using towing equipment that keeps traction wheels off road, especially for long distances.
  • kenny
    kenny - 2000 Honda Accord - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 11/9/2010
    Why does my car shift so hard when it's cold?
    my car has 125000miles on it ,I had the trans. flushed 2000 miles ago, this seemed to help a little at first but now it has started up again. It shifts real hard from 1st into 2nd gears and is much worse when it's cold, once it warms up it is not nearly as bad but ...
      11/9/2010 MOONSTER_TOOLZ
      It’s normal in cold weather or place that fluid becomes dormant when the vehicle is at rest for some hours and by this result, the gears will have difficulty in its performance during this time until the fluid reach proper temperature. The fluid has its recommended type for certain weather temperature condition. Perhaps your transmission fluid has a wrong type, consult your owner's manual and see what type of fluid is suited to your transmission or ask your dealer in the absence of manual. Try first to change with the recommended type of fluid and the filter and then observe the changes; don't just consider replacing the transmission in a hurry; exhaust all possible solutions first. Make it a practice to always warm up the engine for few minutes before driving.