2004 Honda Civic Hybrid Q&A
2004 Honda Civic Hybrid Question: Transmission Replacement Cost
I've been told the transmission needs to be replaced on my 2004 Honda Civic Hybrid. It has 124,000 miles on it. Is it worth replacing as more things may go wrong with it? Maintenance has been done EVERY time on schedule. - Visitor
Yes and no. The car is a good car, but you are getting up in age and mileage for the IMA battery as well. HOWEVER...do see your Honda dealer and request some manufacturer assistance. They have been known to help out customers even with the age and mileage, especially for Hybrids. Besides that, there are known issues for the CVT's in these cars for start clutch shuddering on take off, and they have bulletins for this repair. Not sure what specifically your issues are. - DaveJHM
there was a recall on automatic trans for 2004 i had a problem got a lemon law lawyer and honda got the bill and i made 1500.00 didn't cost me a cent - Visitor
When I push the excellerator, the car doesn't smoothly excellerate. It kind of bumps through. Is this common in a Civic Hybrid of about 55,000 miles? And what is the repair likely to cost?
Here we go again. I bought my honda civic hybrid new in fall of 2005. It now has about 123,500 miles on it and up until about 8 months ago (when I had about 109,000 miles on it)the only problem I ...
Oh no... might be a software update needed, but that is just wishful thinking... hope that it is an exhaust leak... also wishful thinking... what do you think? How many thousands do you estimate t...
3 things: My check engine light is on. I failed my emissions test. My 2005 HCH stutters when I press the gas after putting it in drive or reverse. (btw, my car has 90,000 miles.) I took it to my l...
The brake pedal may feel hard after a cold start at higher altitudes. Our technicians tell us replacing the power brake booster and updating the computer software should correct this concern.