Troubleshooting a 1996 Honda Accord Transmission?

Answer The Honda Accord is a well-built car that usually will give you many years without problems, but over time you might have trouble with your transmission. While you might think that you need to repl... Read More »

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How to Change Honda Transmission Fluid in a 1996 Accord?

It is recommended that you perform a transmission fluid change on your 1996 Honda Accord every 24,000 miles or two years, whichever comes first. The job requires you to drain the old oil, change th... Read More »

Troubleshooting a 1996 Audi Transmission?

If your 1996 Audi is leaking or producing a burning smell when the engine is running, it may have a transmission problem. Instead of spending time and money taking your Audi to a mechanic, you can ... Read More »

93 Honda Accord Troubleshooting?

Many times when engine problems occur there are no audible symptoms that you can detect. However, there are steps you can take to see what is causing a problem. A typical problem you may have with ... Read More »

Troubleshooting for 1990 Honda Accord EX?

Honda first introduced the Accord in 1976. The 1990 Accord was completely redesigned from previous versions and was the fourth-generation model produced by Honda. The 1990 model was equipped with a... Read More »