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Old 02-13-2018, 10:43 PM
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Hi every one, my name is Slavi from Bulgaria, little country in east Europe In my country not information for this problem and I'm looking help here. I bought second hand Honda cr-v facelift 2.0 with 4 gear automatic transmission but have problem with gear box. When i driving with 60km/h 1900rpm (3-gear) or 80km/h 1900rpm (4-gear) and lock up try to lock but fails and then start shaking from gearbox. If I press or drop the throttle pedal, shaking disappears, if accelerate with more throttle ans drop pedal in high rpm 2100 or more, not anything problem with overdrive system (lock up). Problem persist only with flat pedal and low 1900rpm. I do not know how old is oil in gear box, may be previous owner never change . How do you thing, have little expectation if I change oil problem will be disappears, or may be Torque Converter mast be repair If my English is not very well, please forgive me, I tried to be as clear as possible and help with google translator. Best regard from Bulgaria, and thank you for anything post and help me
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:33 PM
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Nothing?
I have the same issue. When it does it if you get your Overdrive button and then hit it again it stops it as well I was thinking you might be some sort of shift solenoid but then I read somewhere that the torque converter could cause as well.
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I have the same issue. When it does it if you get your Overdrive button and then hit it again it stops it as well I was thinking you might be some sort of shift solenoid but then I read somewhere that the torque converter could cause too. I tried swapping some fluid and adding Lucas Oil which initially help for a little while but it's back in the same in a hurry.
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Old 04-21-2018, 09:48 AM
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I change gear oil twice- 2 times x3.5liter, after first change ride 500-700km then change again with oil filter!!! Honda says no oil filter, but filter yes, position is low back side cooling radiator. Problem Solved. May be old oil never by replace.
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