I am having my 2003 Accord clutch fixed As I type. Apparently 2002 Honda reintroduced a wrap around frame that increases the safety but also increases the time and money for the fix. I am getting mine done for 750 but that is if the flywheel can be turned. If the flywheel is shot i am looking at another 150-200. Hope this gets you started in the right direction.
If it is a manual transmission it should have a clutch safety switch not a neutral switch. Usually found at the upper end of the clutch pedal under dash area
Its not your transmission fluid. If you have a clutch it is probably going bad. You can check your clutch master cylinder fluid in the engine compartment. It is just like your brake master cylinder. Chiltons has repair manuals at the library I think. Or the manual in your car should show you where it is.
If you wish to learn how to rebuild a 1988 Honda Accord automatic transmission, then you should purchase Haynes Repair Manual, 1984 through 1989. You can buy this book at Autozone or www.amazon.com.
Not exactly. But it should have a safety switch that prevents it from being started unless the clutch is depressed.
This is listed in your owners manual. The change interval depends on if you have the CVT transmission, the 5 speed Automatic, or a Manual. Just open and read your owners manual.
yes you can all you need to do is switch the automatic flywheel and putt on a standard flywheel and make sure the clutch from the transmission will bolt up to the flywheel.
If it's a manual transmission then it should be on the firewall right behind the clutch pedal.
Some require no maintenance at all. I would recommend changing it when the clutch is replaced.
When parking uphill in a car with a manual transmission you should park with the transmission in what?
Should be easy, it is on the transmision, below the distributor cap.
You should not flush 1995 Honda Accord transmission fluid. Transmission fluid should be taken to the appropriate dumping site and disposed of there.
Should be a plug on the side of transmission Low fluid might have caused the sychonizers (?) to overheat
read up on it.. you should be able to find a shop manual at the library, you'll have to make copies of the sections you want as they are reference only, but everyone should have a regualar manual for their vehicle, available at an auto parts store....may the force be with you :)
On an unsynchronized manual transmission, you either have to double clutch (which will be required on any road test or "float" the gears. For the actual shifting patterns, diagrams should be readily available online.
If it is an automatic you'll thin out your transmission fluid and burn up your clutch packs and valve body if driven. If it's manual it can make your transmission run hotter and burn up your gears. You should flush it immediately.
If it is squeaking only when you press the clutch pedal then its probaly your clutch cable, the cable should have a sleeve surrounding it allowing it to pass throughout car under dash, firewall, and underhood to transmission. Lubricate cable at service point,connecting linkage brackets, pedeal, or transmission , or clutch cylinder rod. Dry graphite put on cable for lubrication. Clutch pedal return spring, wd-4o. my best bet if not then try above answer
A RM is a 2stroke and needs a specific gear/manual transmission oil and should be close to 70weight. 10/40 will smoke your clutch and gears as it will break down too quick.
find the dipstick for the tranny, add there.... Everyone should have a manual, and the library should have a professional shop manual available for copies in the reference section (FOR FREE)...read up and fix 'em like the pro's...! :) Dave
The transmission in a 1993 Honda accord holds 12 quarts of fluid. The transmission fluid should be changed every 30,000 miles.
you dont put transmission fluid in a manual transmission. you need gear oil, and it should be done by a transmission shop
The labor should cost about $300-$500 and the clutch kit should be around $150-$200. Lucky for you its a RWD vehicle, which is a much more simpler job than a front wheel drive vehicle.
I'm not a mechanic, but you should check your transmission fluid level first, then take it to someone to check the clutch either automatic or manual.
sensor should be a little to the passenger side on the top of the clutch housing where the bell housing bolts to it.
you have to push clutch pedal in/then push the car let pedal out should start.
Use a clutch alignment tool when you assemble the clutch assembly to the flywheel and the transmission should slide in. Never force it together!