take tranny apart and replace 5th gear syncro
The 1996 is a fifth-generation Accord and the 1999 is a sixth generation Accord. The spindles are not interchangeable. Know that the passenger-side and driver-side spindles are different.
1988 accord will not go into 5 gear
there are four spark plug wires that run to the distributor..the fifth one is the coil wire
This means that the Accord in question is a Hatchback, it has five doors, the hatch door is the fifth door opened at the back of the car. This is to access the storage space in the rear of the car.
The 1994-96 is the fifth generation of the Honda Accord. The 1994 was only available with a 4 cylinder. You could also get a V6 in the 1996 model. The 1996 Accord underwent a mild facelift with more rounded bumpers, a slightly modified front fascia with new signal lights and rear taillights. It had an overall softer look. The 1996 model also was OBD2 compliant.
The grinding noise can be an indication of a bad gear in the transmission. The grinding noise can also indicate a problem with the clutch.
It depends on the Honda in question. If it is the Accord, the answer is yes, with the exception of the V6 chassis. Fourth Generation Accords came mostly equipped with the F series which is comparable with F series from the Fifth Generation in size. The only major difference in the US would be the change from OBD1 to OBD2.
Possibly bad synchronizers.
You mentally divide by 10 (by shifting the comma) and then multiplicate the result by 2.
The Honda City has been redesigned five times. The Honda City currently on the market is the fifth generation of Honda Cities.
I would check the linkage on the unit. If the linkage is worn or damaged that could make it difficult or impossible to get the car into 5th gear even though the transmission is fine.
Probably your u joints or the rear end has too much slop.
There can be many reason that will prevent a transmission from shifting into a particular gear. The most common reason is the transmission gear is worn smooth.
For a time Honda hatchback vehicles were only available in 3-door variants. The introduction of the Fit brought 5-door models into the lineup. The rear hatch classifies as the third door or fifth of the vehicle.
The fifth generation of the Honda Civic was introduced in 1991 and the production was stopped in 2000. That's why one needs to look for a 1992 Honda Civic on the used car market. The car can either be bought online on websites like eBay or from a local used cars dealer.
Damaged/broken shift forks
Sounds like the synchros are failing. Usually a time consuming fix for a professional. Estimate about $1000.00 for a repair if that's the problem. Grinding in all but 4th and 5th is an indication of a bad input shaft bearing
After oil/oil filter change, add four quarts and then check level as you add the fifth, 4 to 6 oz at a time.
The Civic EG is part of the fifth generation of Honda Civic. The series was first introduced in 1991, and the last of the series was produced in 1995.
I have a 1998 Honda Nighthawk 750 that's all stock. I average 50-60 mpg and that's a mix of in town and highway driving. My bike gets about 70mpg at 40 to 45 mph in fifth.
Shifting into first gear 1. Make sure the four-wheeler is in neutral.2. Hold the clutch in and shift down. 3. Give the four-wheeler some gas and slowly let go of the clutch.Shifting into second gear 1. When you hear the four-wheeler about to over-rev, let go of the gas and hold the clutch in. 2. This time you shift up a gear to get into second. 3. Slowly let go of the clutch and give it gas. Shifting into third, fourth and fifth gears 1. Shifting into the three gears is just like shifting into second. 2. Hold the clutch in, 3. Release the gas. 4. Shift up until you reach fifth gear.Stopping and shifting to neutral 1. When your stopping, hold the clutch in and press on the brake. 2. When your completely stopped, shift down as many times as you can 3. To make sure your in neutral, let go of the clutch 4. If the four-wheeler dies, you're not in neutral 5. If the four-wheeler stays running, you're in neutral If you're in neutral, turn the four-wheeler off
A fifth of that something.A fifth of that something.A fifth of that something.A fifth of that something.
Well, a fifth is one fifth of one, that's why it's called a fifth, it's divided into five. If your question was 'what is a fifth a tenth of?', then the answer would be two. What is a fifth a seventh of? 1.4, etc.
One fifth plus one fifth is two fifths (2/5).
A "fifth" is one fifth of a gallon. One "fifth" is .757 liter.