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Noises During Shifting problems of the 2002 Honda Accord

Four problems related to noises during shifting have been reported for the 2002 Honda Accord.

car   Noises During Shifting problem 1
Failure Date: 09/11/2012

The contact owns a 2002 Honda Accord. The contact stated that while driving approximately 30 mph, a clicking sound was heard from the front end of the vehicle. The contact also stated that a grinding noise was noticed when shifting between gears. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and a private mechanic who both informed the contact that the transmission and bolt joints failed and needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was contacted about the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 74,000 and the current mileage was 75,000.

car   Noises During Shifting problem 2
Failure Date: 12/04/2009

The contact owns a 2002 Honda Accord. While driving the vehicle at various speeds, she noticed that the transmission was slipping between gears. The dealer stated that the transmission needed to be replaced. The vehicle was also making a noise when the transmission shifted from park to reverse. The current and failure mileages were 72000.

car   Noises During Shifting problem 3
Failure Date: 05/01/2007

The car shifts hard and jerks severely in the first and second drive. The check engine light want go off. The d4 button blinks or flashes red. It makes a strange noise when the car will not pull. The car will pull off very slowly like 5 miles per hour and then severely jerk.

car   Noises During Shifting problem 4

Problems with vehicle's steering and suspension. There were steering problems, clicking noises that had run through the shifter and the steering wheel when placed into gear. There was no problem found in the steering or the suspension. The steering wheel did not return completely and when it did it would do so slowly, it also moved in circles. The brake pedal made noises when it was applied and metal like noises that had come from beneath the vehicle. The vehicle drove rough over bumps. When stepping on the brake pedal before going into gear, it felt as if the vehicle was already in park. The consumer was told that the vehicle rode rough due to too much air pressure in the tires (over 50lbs of pressure in two of the tires. The front brake pads and rack and pinion were replaced.