Car drives ok. Up-shifts smoothly but jerks when you come to a halt and it shifts into 1st.
Mounts are ok. Replaced "lock-up" sensor but problem persists.
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1998 Honda Accord Question: What causes the transmission to down-shift roughly on stopping?
pushrod March 18, 2014, 07:05Master
Mounts are ok? Any engine movement when shifting from reverse to drive and viseversa? Upshift puts a different torque load on mounts as opposed to downshift! Engine will react differently. Have a mechanic test drive it.
ReplyZastro2, March 18, 2014, 08:41Rookie
The engine and transmission mounts were replaced with genuine Honda mounts.
The jerking occurs only when you come to a complete stop, not when it down-shifts while in motion.
Replypushrod, March 18, 2014, 16:01Master
Check engine light on? Does it feel like an engine skip or misfire while stopped in gear?
ReplyZastro2, March 18, 2014, 18:43Rookie
No check engine light. Engine runs smoothly all the time.
Replypushrod, March 18, 2014, 19:31Master
See next answer.
Answer #2ziptie12 March 18, 2014, 10:30Master
What is the idle speed at in park and in drive? Honda ATF in it? Check level with trans warmed up and engine shut off , on LEVEL surface. Next step would be to have trans monitored while test driving. How many miles on it & is it original trans?