Because it is going into neutral. This is called "popping out of gear." It means the transmission's shot.
You may have a broken spring which disengages the transmission allowing it to shift or it is bad linkage going to the transmission.
I have a similar issue my '88 accord LXI automatic does not have reverse and it grinds in park and drive. Told the shift fork in the transmission and shift for bushing are going out and the tranny needed to be rebiult
My 1994 Accord LX has 208,000 miles and is still going.
i am going to replace my headliner in my 93 Honda accod, need to information
There are a few places where one can find parts for a 96 Honda Accord. This includes going to a Honda dealership, as well as looking at part suppliers online.
You can flat tow a Honda Accord. For a 5 speed, just put it in neutral, make sure you disengage the parking brake and have the key in the assessory postition. With an automatic tranny, first start the engine and run it through the forward gears. Then put it in neutral, without going into reverse or park. ***Leave it in neutral.*** Make sure the parking brake is released. Turn off engine. You're ready to go. After about 5 or 6 hours, restart the engine and run it through the forward gears again. Make sure you return to neutral with out going into reverse. Turn engine off and you're good to go for another 5 or 6 hours. The reason for restarting and going through the forward gears is to keep the torque converter lubricated. After 5 or 6 hours it will drain back into the tranny so you need to go through this process again.
I had to replace the igniter on my 1996 Honda Accord it was replaced with an aftermarket device. My question is this going to work as good as the original Honda igniter.It will either work or it will not. It should work just fine.
How much horsepower on a 92 Honda Accord going 70 mph on flat road and no wind the motor is 1.6 liter and a 4 cylinder
There are many places someone could buy a 2003 Honda accord from, you could try going to your local Honda dealer and see what they have available or you could look at eBay motors dot com.
There are many special deals going on this time for Honda Accords. It is actually the time of year when the dealers are trying to get rid of the 2011 vehicles so that they can move the 2012's in the door. Now is a great time to purchase a Honda Accord.