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1997-1999 Honda CR-V Harsh Shifting Automatic Transmission

download *The transmission shifts harshly, or it may stay in first gear. The harsh shifting is more noticeable on the 1-2 and 2-3 upshifts under light throttle. It is not affected by operating temperature. The MIL may be on with DTC P0730 or P0715 stored.* PROBABLE CAUSE *Contamination of the linear solenoid and its associated …

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2001 Honda Civic Manual Transmission Shifts Stiff or Pops Out of Gear

download Symptom the shift lever feels hard to move from gear to gear, or the manual transmission pops out of 2nd or 5th gear, usually during deceleration. Probable cause the shift cable end is corroded at the transmission, which causes a stiff feeling when shifting (this may also cause the transmission to pop out of …

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2002–2003 Honda Odyssey: Automatic Transmission 2nd Gear Inspection

download Certain operating conditions can result in heat buildup between the countershaft and secondary shaft 2nd gears in the A/T. Without enough oil flow to dissipate heat, prolonged operation under these conditions can eventually result in decreased material strength. In higher mileage vehicles, this can result in gear tooth chipping or, in very rare cases, …

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2001–2004 Honda CR-V Humming or Growling? Check the Wheel Bearings

download A bad front wheel bearing(s) in a ’98–04 Accord, , ’01–04 CR-V ’03 Element, or ’99–04 Odyssey can make a humming or growling that’s easily mistaken for a noisy bearing or gear in the A/T. Before you order a reman A/T, test-drive the vehicle to make sure the A/T is really the problem. Listen …

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