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How do you tune up the transmission on a 2000 Honda Accord?


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2013-06-21 16:25:55
2013-06-21 16:25:55

Change all the Transmission Fluid and replace the filter.

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I just paid 130 for parts and 130 for labor on a 2000 Honda Accord. I think it can be done for cheaper, but i did not know what was wrong with my car so that is more time and labor charges to find out what was wrong. Also, it will matter wheter they do plugs, wires, cap, rotor, and filters in which mine did. Either way this needs to be done, no matter what plugs every 70k or so.

If you use genuine Honda Parts it will cost you about $300 for parts and about $100 for the labor, you need to replace the following parts: Spark plugs, Wires, PCV Valve, fuel filter, rotor and cap, air filter and valve cover gasket. Good luck, I am doing this now on my 1997 Accord SE, I bought most of the parts from a Honda dealer online and I bought the plugs and wires from a local auto parts store.

You throw it in the garbage and buy a honda!

In the old days a "Tune-up" meant a series of adjustments and part replacements that would ensure your vehicle ran correctly and normally would identify correct most engine running problems.NOT ANY MOREA tune-up now means: (applies to your 2004 Honda)Replace spark Plugs and fuel filter. Check air filter, belts, hoses, and Timing belt if required by mileage.A tune up will probably not repair or correct running problems. A tune-up is NOW a required service like an oil change.

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i have a 1992 Honda accord, i would start my Honda and drive for about 3-5 minutes and it would shut off, it happened to be be the exhaust manifold that was clogged with carbon. there is a kit repair that Honda sells that you drill some plugs from the top of the manifold and then you clean out the pore holes with a cloth hanger wire, then you put plug in that come with the kit. car has been working great since. sorry if i don't explaine my self too well. good luck

Replace the engine air filter and interior cabin filter. Replace the brake fluid. Other than changing the oil/filter that is all there is. Your owner's manual list all of this.

If the check engine light is on take it to auto zone and have the codes read free. Of no light it needs a tune up.

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