I have a 91 accord that has a transmission problem. I replaced the resistors that were burnt in the transmission module and then the car would not start. Seems at the same time the fuel pump went out, so I replaced that and it worked fine for a week. Now both problems are back. The "sport" is coming on on the dash and the tranny stays in low gear, and now the car will not start again. I can only imagine the problems are related, but I don't know how. Any advise?? Having nightmares.
My 1986 Honda Accord Dx just started idling rough and dieing at turns and stops it is a carburated 2.0 witha maunal transmission
Could be your Idle air control valve.
550.00 @ Honda of Annapolis. Having the same problem with my 92 Accord.
Well, a transmission itself does not idle...the engine does. A vacuum leak in the engine will cause faster idling or slower idling depending on where the leak is. Newer transmissions do not use vacuum at all for their operation. Older vehicles used vacuum to help with the shifting of gears-automatic transmissions.
Our 1997 Honda accord has had the same problem two times. Get the coolant recharged at your mechanic. We have had no problems for several years afterward.
cause if its idling at zero rpm the motor is off ...
well now, when trying to diagnose a problem or problems, you should probably take it to a professional, who is liscensed to diagnose a problem or problems. B series beouch
Valve adjustment needed is a possibility.
Engine idling in park
The same on a car equipped with manual transmission. On an automatic equipped car it will use less idling.
A car can shake because of a problem in the transmission although this usually is not the problem. I will assume it shakes while it is idling or just starting out. It can also shake due to broken motor or transmission mount(s), bad u joints, a loose harmonic balancer, an unbalanced driveshaft or problems in the rear differential.
You probably have a check engine light on so, start with having the ECM scanned for codes. The codes will help you determine the cause of the idling problem. It could be as simple as a vacuum leak. Your local auto parts store can help you with reading the codes at no cost.
A bad coolant temperature sensor is one thing that could cause an idling speed problem with a Peugeot 406. There could also be a problem with the idle control valve.
Idling in neutral.
I had the gas smell problem with my 1998 Honda Accord. The smell only was a problem when the engine was running, especially idling. In my case, there was nothing wrong with the fuel line, tank or carbon canister. It turned out to be a loose spark plug. In addition to the other fuel related areas, I highly recommend checking each plug and tightening if necessary. G
Trans fluid is always checked with car level and idling while warmed up.
My '89 Accord just began idling like that. It turns out that two of the belts broke yesterday, so maybe your belts are on the verge of breaking. Mine has been idling like that for just a few days before the belts broke.
The condenser fan is more likely to run when the car is idling. So if it NEVER comes on when idling you definitely have a problem. If the condenser is not cooled, then your compressor could get overloaded. It may be a problem with a relay that is preventing the fan from running - or some other issue.
Transmission mounts are bad
The engine should be hot and idling in park.
Leave idling, on level ground, at running temp
Engine idling in park.
Yes, idling in park.
Check the throttle position sensor