In March 2011 it started leaking again, I took it to a Honda dealer and I could not afford the repairs, so I had both seals replaced by another shop. Jack the vehicle up, so you have enough room to slide and work underneath it. Step 2 — Remove the fill plug and drain plug Place the drain pan under both plugs to catch any fluid. Currently the dealer is looking into a good faith repair- I hope honda does the right thing. Air in clutch line created an unnecessary load on release bearing. This article applies to the Honda Civic. Clutch master cylinder replaced under extended warranty.
Around July 2007 I was told by Pennzoil that my Transmission was leaking from somewhere. I immediately brought in to the dealership for service. The clutch in your Honda. Place the pump hose into the fill hole and pump in the transmission fluid without overfilling it. It would either take several attempts to shift in, or it would shift in partially and pop back out when the clutch was released.
When I read the forums now other Honda owners are complaining of the same issue. They called me back 4 hours later and said that the Transmission was in fact leaking somewhere and the dipstick was dry. Place cardboard under the vehicle to catch potential spills. I love the car but not the care after you have it. Setting up the transmission fluid pump.
Step 3 — Allow the fluid to drain Completely drain the transmission fluid. They bled the clutch and noise was gone. Rebuilt at independent shop with new clutches and torque converter. A friend of mine was able to insist that they rebuild his manual transmission for similar problems. Check out this handy, step-by-step guide to learn how.
This is my second Honda and both have had issues. This maintenance task is so easy and simple, it's worth doing it for your own peace of mind. The oil is at 50% and the car has already burned over 1 quart of oil with just over 20,000 miles on the car. This popping out of gear, and difficulty shifting into gear has been going on for three years and occurs 3 or 4 times a month. I was told my transmission fluid was extremely low.
Drive the car to warm up the fluid and allow the exhaust to cool before beginning. Step 4 — Replace the drain plug and fill the transmission Replace the drain plug to a snug fit without over tightening or stripping it. I was told by the dealer that this was normal for this transmission and that there was no fix for the problem. I immediately called Lynnwood Honda service and got an appointment. This seems wrong, as I showed signs 5 k outside my warranty. The mechanic indicated that he could see Trany oil leaking from where the cable connects to the transmission. Then, tighten it further to a snug fit with the wrench.
My dad has a 1991 Toyota with 150k miles and never has had a transmission problem. Click on this article, and find out how to fix the shaking in your clutch. The dealer went for a test drive and couldn't duplicate the problem it can go for over a week without showing up , he said Honda's policy was unless they could see the problem Honda would not authorize any repairs to be made. Pump a small portion of new fluid into the fill plug to flush out any contaminants. Ensure that the transmission shifts smoothly without any noise. This oil change I tried mobil 1 synthetic oil in the recommended weight, but it did not help. In reality, the fluid can break down with varying temperatures, become contaminated with water and dirt, or leak out slowly.
This time, the boot attachment was tightened and the leak was fixed. Click on this article, and find out how to fix the shaking in your clutch. I just don't understand w hy if they new the problem back in 2000 and it is still happening in 2006 they won't acknowledge my problem and fix it. I have never found any tranny oil on my garage floor so it must be burning up or dripping out when driving only. Car ran absolutely fine to the day I traded it in, but I noticed what might have been a transmission bearing sound gradually increasing in volume. Check the reservoir; if your power steering fluid is black or contaminated, it's time to change it.