This is a very long shot because I am not familiar with the Honda transmission set-up. The car is an automatic with front wheel drive only. Is your temp gauge staying on cold for a very long time? What type of transmission fluid you need depends on your vehicle. To save paper and time, you can download the latest manuals now. Your car's manual provides transmission fluid service requirements. Welcome to the most trusted automotive classifieds website in the Philippines! As they say, garbage in, garbage out.
Thanks in advance I am at my Witt's end Honest!!!!!! The Owner's Manual explains the various features and functions of your Honda, offers operation tips and suggestions for vehicle care and maintenance, provides specific details on safety systems, and includes comprehensive technical specifications. Hopefully you will find your next ride soon! Thanks all for the input. In all listings, contact details of the sellers can easily be found, yet before making contact with them, remember to thoroughly read our safety tips. I did replace all three coolant sensors Including the one on the thermostat housing. I have the same problem. The problem may be as simple as your engine thermostat being stuck open.
It was only a issue during cold weather. What is more, also boast a contemporary styling and admirable road manners. All I hear is that these cars very rarely have transmission problems. Check out our complete line of products. I have had the same exact problem with my Jeep.
This problem occurs most frequently though not always on cooler days. None of these have solved the problem. The Owner's Guide provides a quick how-to on basic functions and features. But that being said taking 2-3 miles is normal…8-10 miles is not. But on really cold days, that erroneous, 30 degree low reading would be enough to keep the computer from ever thinking that the car was fully warmed up. This is the electronic sensor between the shift lever and the transmission and the contacts may become dirty.
Not always obvious, Hondas can have three plugs, one drainer, one filler usually at the top, but a small plug about half way up not easy to find and far from easy to locate which is the level plug. Unlike any that came before it, the vehicle comes with a more defined silhouette but still retains the spirit of the original. Thu 12 May 2016 14:19 2008 Honda crv uk 6 speed cdti - Manual gearbox filler plug - jojopoppy Thanks for all your help and suggestions. Not sure if this is any help but it may be in a photo here Wed 11 May 2016 23:53 2008 Honda crv uk 6 speed cdti - Manual gearbox filler plug - Mr. Makes me wonder if the shift solenoids are defective or if the Tranny valve body was not properly gone through… Again. So, this is disappointing to say the least. The car has about 105K miles, and has been very well cared for and is in overall excellent condition.
This may give you a point to work from. Push the torque converter inward while rotating it into the transmission. If your wife was driving at higher speeds almost immediately after leaving the office this is perfectly normal. If I locate anything will post a photo for information. Interior-wise, its 7-seater capacity maximizes every millimeter of space, exuding class-leading comfort that are known for, along with a bunch of premium equipment and advanced technologies.
Raise the transmission and align with the engine. Push the transmission into the engine using the guide pins to line up. Fill the torque converter with new transmission fluid. The problem was eventually diagnosed properly and repaired through a Honda dealer, with the assistance of the Honda Tech Center in California. Measure the distance on each side of the torque converter to the transmission to make sure it is lined up properly.
If your vehicle is equipped with a navigation system, a navigation manual with detailed instructions, settings, and other information is also available. The sensor was providing inaccurately lower than actual coolant temperature to the computer which manages these functions. I bought the car with the tranny not working The transmission was rebuilt about 150 mile ago. If it only happens when cold, it may not be your transmission. Pull the torque converter out of the transmission housing and allow the fluid to drain. A diagram or photo would help. What was finally found after more than a year of driving us crazy, was that the coolant temperature sensor which I believe is located at or very near the thermostat, at the thermostat housing was faulty.