Honda Accord Transmission
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The Honda Accord has been one of the top-selling cars in the United States since the late 1980s. Since the beginning of its production as a compact car in 1976, the Accord has been available as a wagon, crossover, hatchback, coupe and the ever-popular four-door sedan.
Honda Accord transmissions are built by Honda itself and have been available in 2-, 3-, 4-, 5- and 10-speed automatic versions. Manual Accord transmissions come in 5- and 6-speed versions.
The lifespan of a Honda Accord transmission depends on how the car is driven and on what kind of terrain. With proper care an Accord transmission could last as many as 130,000 to 180,000 miles, perhaps even longer. Honda Accords made in 1998 and from 2003 to 2010 have been recalled for transmission issues. Among the issues were faulty secondary shaft bearings, problems fully engaging in park and early failure.
Locate Used Honda Accord Transmissions Today
Looking for a used Honda Accord transmission? Then you have come to the right place. ASAP Motors offers a free, no obligation online service for locating used transmission and engines from around the country. All you have to do is fill out our parts request form at the top or bottom of this page to start receiving offers for used transmissions for Honda Accord models. Include the VIN if you have it to help the supplier get his quote correct, click send and you are done. It’s that simple!
Used Honda Accord Transmissions Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much does a used Honda Accord transmissions usually cost?
A: The cost of your used Honda Accord transmission will depend on the specific year you’re buying for, as well as the deal you have with your auto parts broker. However, customers typically end up paying between $150 and $1000 for used Honda Accord transmissions.
Q: Can I drive a Honda Accord that has a transmission problem?
A: We would never recommend it. It might be tempting to continue driving an Accord that has a seemingly minor transmission problem, such as difficulty going into reverse. However, you never really know when the issue is going to become more serious, and that could be very dangerous if you’re driving at high speeds or in busy areas.
Q: Which Honda Accord transmissions are troublesome?
A: In 1998, Honda recalled almost 34,000 sedans and coupes because the transmissions could not fully engage in park. 2003 and 2004 Honda Accords were recalled for transmissions that were prone to early failure. Honda recalled 2005 to 2010 Accords in 2011 for faulty secondary shaft bearings that could lead to engine stalling or the car rolling when in park.
Q: How can I tell if my Honda Accord transmission is going bad?
A: Watch for signs of slipping, which is when it feels like the car is going from one gear into another for no reason. On the other hand, shifting from one gear to another might be difficult. Or the car might simply delay when shifting. Fluid leaks and warning lights are also signs of a bad transmission.
Q: Are Honda Accord transmission issues costly?
A: You can expect to pay close to $3,000 to fix common problems with Honda Accord transmissions. A brand new transmission is likely to cost just as much. With prices like that, seeking a used replacement is well worth the effort.
Q: Will my used Honda Accord transmission come with a warranty?
A: ASAP Motors does not offer its own warranty, but many of our used auto parts brokers do offer warranties. Be sure to discuss this with your seller and be certain that all paperwork is in order. Also ask about mileage and any available history of the specific Honda Accord transmission you’re buying.
Q: Who makes Honda Accord Transmissions?
A: Honda makes all of its own transmissions for Honda Accords, as it does for the vast majority of its vehicles.