Honda Civic Transmission
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The Honda Civic got its start as a subcompact car in 1972, and has since gone through enough enlargements and improvements to become a compact, somewhat upscale car. Civics are known for being efficient and reliable, and newer generations are also sporty and well-performing.
Honda Civic transmissions are built by the Honda company itself. Over the decades they’ve used 2, 3, 4 and 5 speeds and been available in automatic, manual and continuously variable transmission (CVT).
Known as a reliable and long-lasting car, the Honda Civic comes with a transmission that can last upward of 180,000 if it’s well cared for. Driving habits and road types can also impact the lifespan of a Honda Civic transmission.
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Used Honda Accord Transmissions Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much does a used Honda Civic transmission usually cost?
A: The cost of your used Honda Civic transmission will depend on the specific generation and year you’re buying for, as well as the price points of your broker and any warranty you purchase. Customers typically end up paying between $150 and $900 for used Honda Civic transmissions.
Q: What are some common Honda Civic transmission issues?
A: According to some reports, Honda Civics from 2001, 2002 and 2003 were particularly prone to transmission failure. The problems tended to occur between 90,000 and 110,000 miles and came with a price tag of $2,300. At that price, it’s well worth considering buying a used Honda Civic transmission.
Q: Which Honda Civics have had transmission-related recalls?
A: In 1990, Honda recalled the most recent Civics for an improperly machined shaft. This could keep the car from fully engaging in park when that gear was selected. In 2015, 2014 and 2015 Civics were recalled for a software issue that could severely damage the transmission drive pulley shaft. That could ultimately result in the front wheels losing power or locking up.
Q: How can I tell if my Honda Civic transmission is going bad?
A: Watch for signs of slipping – the care will feel like it is going from one gear into another for no reason. Another bad sign is if shifting from one gear to another is difficult. Or the car might simply delay when shifting. Fluid leaks and warning lights are also signs of a bad transmission.
Q: Do Honda Civics have CVT transmissions?
A: Certain Honda Civics do have continuously variable transmissions (CVT). A CVT may also be called a shiftless transmission. It’s a kind of automatic transmission that is able to change easily through a continuous range of gear ratios.
Q: Will my used Honda Civic transmission come with a warranty?
A: ASAP Motors does not sell used Honda Civic transmissions directly, so cannot offer you a warranty. However, many of our used auto parts sellers do offer excellent warranties. Be sure to discuss this in the purchase process, and ensure you have all the proper paperwork for your warranty.
Q: Who makes Honda Civic Transmissions?
A: Honda makes all of its own transmissions for Honda Civics, as it does for the vast majority of its vehicles.