If that's the extent of the complaint, check the serpentine belt and tensioner.
AnswerIt could be your boot or seal around the transmission.My 2002 passport was leaking from the front pan, the transmission has a front and rear pan and the gasket had to be replaced.
honda passport's transmissions were made by GM , only use a dexron 3 (if you can find it) the alternative would be a dexron 6 ( works great on mine.)
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Pull the tranny fluid dipstick out, and pour it down that tube with a funnel. who ever is answering this question about 1999 Honda passport needs to go back the school! duma$$ Well. That would be all fine and dandy if there were a transmission fluid dipstick in the engine compartment of a 1999 Honda Passport. Tell me where it is.
The starter could be close to the exhaust pipe, and the solenoid could be getting hot and might have a failure on the coil.
i would like to recomend using castrol syntec 10w30, 5w30 in colder weatheri have over 200,000 on my Honda passport. the cost about $2.87 at most autoparts and dicount stores
The running lights have a bad ground.
Down the hole that the dipstick is in. Do not over fill! ummm sorry but the 1997 honda passport does not have a dip stick to check or refill the tranny....does have a drain plug where you can check it...but really needs to go to proff.
A small hole in the fuse line would cause a gas leak on a 1994 Honda Accord LX. In addition, a hole in the actual fuel tank would cause a leak.
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Most likely the compressor. It could also be the valve in the system too, when refrigerant gets low. What sort of noise is it???