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when its first started and cold if i pull out a little to fast it acts like it jumps out of gear then back in and when cold if going down hill the tranny will not engage the next gear like from 2 to 3 unless i give it acceleration. Any ideas on this could it serviced or solenoids replaced maybe or what?
why would this be and also when in gear, not in neutral it makes a grinding howling sound, what is my problem?
just replaced bad water pump replaced timing belt engine had quit and had to be towed home, so after repairs it still turns over like its out of time. i went by the manual so not sure on timing marks
My a/c unit went out - working one day/not the next. Not blowing or cooling. Took it into Firestone. They replace the a/c unit and it blew out - did it again - same result. Said it was the alternator. I was not having any alternator problems before bringing it in. They replaced the alternator and it did not work. Tried another alternator unit also did not work. Now have sent the car to an electrical shop to further diagnose. Sounds like they screwed up and now don't know what to do. Any thoughts?
All codes point to shift solenoid, but I'm having a hard time locating it. The transmission is Inclosed I'm hoping it's not inside the stupid thing. Does anyone know where I can locate it? I'm working on it myself because one mechanic flat out said new transmission with out even letting me explain or seeing the vehicle. Please help I just want to know where a shift solenoid is on a Honda passport 4wd 1998. Thank you
It goes for a min then it starts pushing gas out of the canister
I think its the hub well at least that's what a mechanic told me and of course being a woman and knowing a little about cars, I don't know it that's what it is
they replaced valve cover gaskets and head gaskets and all of the cam plugs and all the o-rings we could find
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