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Transmission Solenoid problems of the 2000 Honda Accord



Four problems related to transmission solenoid have been reported for the 2000 Honda Accord.

car   Transmission Solenoid problem 1
Failure Date: 05/02/2012

Car will not shift out of park without holding down key in emergency interlock near shifter. Interlock solenoid went bad.

car   Transmission Solenoid problem 2
Failure Date: 03/28/2011

My 2000 hona Accord transmissions has began to slip on March 28,2011 as I was making a delivery for my job traveling uphill ,I got a couple of readings from a mechanic which was codes p730,p740,&p780 it hasnt stopped and continues to slip as I drive at any speed & slips everytime I drive. I had a mechanic clean the solenoids and do a transmission fluid flush for $200. 00,I also added lucas transmission slip stop and problem still occur. I got an estimate for repair for the transmission for $3000. 00.

car   Transmission Solenoid problem 3
Failure Date: 06/15/2009

I have 2000 Honda Accord; odometer: 84,196. The car is exhibiting the exact same transmission problem for which Honda had extended their warranty coverage for 93 months/109,000 miles. . The transmission problem usually happens because of driving the car for long. . Since I drive less, I did not hit this problem until now, but my car is now more than 93 months old. . Honda is refusing to fix this issue. . This is a safety hazard (the car stalls abruptly in highway) but Honda is not willing to fix. . I replaced the solenoids but no improvement. The repair facility told me that the transmission needs to be replaced.

car   Transmission Solenoid problem 4
Failure Date: 05/02/2004

I have a 2000 Honda Accord lx sedan with a little over 75,000 miles on it. Saturday may 4th of this year on my way from mesquite to arlington my car just failed to move. Engine was running but the car wouldn't pick a gear to move on, luckily a gentleman behind me helped push the car off to the shoulder. I was stranded on the side of interstate 35 and had to request aaa come tow my car to the dealership lute riley in richardson. The dealership was closed sat by the time I got there so Monday morning when I went in I had researched and discovered this was a known defect in the sixth generation Accords. But I was informed at midday by my service advisor shawn that I needed to pay to have my solenoids replaced since thats what the technician reports as the problem so me being a college student and heavily reliant on my transportation especially during finals week paid for it. Sure enough couple of days later same issue where the car dies again in my school parking lot and I had it towed once again by aaa over to lute riley. This time when I went in on Thursday may 6th they sang a different tune that my transmission had failed and that it was covered under an extended warranty by Honda so they will replace it for free but will need to keep it for a week while they order one. Now my issue is returning the $350 plus that I spent on repairing solenoids that weren't in need of being replaced. I will be reporting this to Honda's corporate hq like so many other Honda owners have already done. Please do what you can to help save other people this headache and possible endangerment of life when a vehicle fails on our highways! additionally I request that you include Honda's recall\extension of warranty on all 2000-2001 Accords, oddesseys, and preludes in your "safety recall" search engine (this is open information on Honda's homepage but it would be nice to have it available in as many places possible).