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Old 08-23-2009, 06:37 PM   #1
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I have 1992 automatic Honda accord EX.
The problem with it is that it harshly starts, and I think it's always in a 3rd or 4th gear. D4 light blinks all the time. I am driving it by manually changing the gears. When I change from 1st to 2nd, no rpm change, but when I change from 2nd to 3rd, rpm drops. From 3rd to 4th no rpm drop. The error codes I get when I troubleshoot it are 2 and 8, and ABS code is 31. I did solenoid check (while still mounted) by connecting it's terminal to + of the battery, and it clicked, when I connected both A and/or B terminal. I didn't check the TCU for bad capacitors yet nor wiring. Can you help me diagnose what's wrong??
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Hi,
I have 1992 automatic Honda accord EX.
The problem with it is that it harshly starts, and I think it's always in a 3rd or 4th gear. D4 light blinks all the time. I am driving it by manually changing the gears. When I change from 1st to 2nd, no rpm change, but when I change from 2nd to 3rd, rpm drops. From 3rd to 4th no rpm drop. The error codes I get when I troubleshoot it are 2 and 8, and ABS code is 31. I did solenoid check (while still mounted) by connecting it's terminal to + of the battery, and it clicked, when I connected both A and/or B terminal. I didn't check the TCU for bad capacitors yet nor wiring. Can you help me diagnose what's wrong??
Thanks and cheers
Ivan
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Old 08-23-2009, 08:01 PM   #3
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Thanks very much,
I reviewed this page couple days ago and I'm trying to follow the instructions from there. That is how I checked solenoids and pulled up the error codes from TCU.
I hope I'll have some progress with this.
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Does anyone have computer diagram for 1992 honda accord ex automatic. I want to rebuild it, by replacing it's components.
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