1994 Honda Accord Repair and Maintenance Costs
A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your 1994 Honda Accord
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1994 Honda Accord ProblemsCheck Engine and D4 Lights Flashing
The 1998-2016 Honda Accord may develop issues with the automatic transmission.
Rough shifting may occur, and the “D4” light and check engine may begin to blink. The check engine light will also illuminate, and OBD trouble codes P0700, P0730, P0740, P0780, P1768 and/or P1768 will be stored in the computer.
If the transmission shifts roughly, the failure is very likely mechanical failure of the transmission. If the transmission performs normally, a faulty sensor, or dirty transmission fluid may be the case.
In most cases, it is necessary to use professional diagnostic equipment to provide a diagnosis, and complete the repair.
The longevity of the transmission is dependent on strict adherence to the manufacturer's recommendation for ATF replacement intervals and procedure.
The front brake rotors can warp and cause a vibration when braking. The rotors will need to be machined or in cases where they are worn too thin, replaced to correct this issue.
1994 Honda Accord QuestionsIt will turn over but not start sometimes it sounds like it catches to start don (1 answer)
It for a brief second try's to start then just turns over
My '94 Honda Accord Vtec is having trouble starting. When it does start, it struggles to hold an idle and constantly dies. It started doing this about a month ago, though the problem recently got worse. When the car does hold an idle and is driven, the car will die while in motion and I have ...
Off.... However when the hazards are on the blinkers work. All this started after i bled my brake lines. Before everything worked perfectly. Any help much appreciated.
1994 Honda Accord RecallsHonda Recalls Certain Accords Due to Damaged Tire Valve Stems
Honda is recalling certain Accords due to tire valve stems that were damaged during the assembly process. This can cause the tires to lose air pressure, which can result in steering pull, tire overheating, and eventual tire failure. Dealers will inspect and replace damaged tire stems.