11 problems related to transmission not go into gear have been reported for the 2002 Honda Accord. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Please also check out the statistics and reliability analysis of the 2002 Honda Accord based on all problems reported for the 2002 Accord.
I was driving down the highway and all of a sudden my transmission decides to not know what gear it was in. It just revs the engine acts like it is in neutral. This is a major safety concern since the car looses power and someone could have rear-ended me. Checked on autobeef. Com and the majority of the complaints dealt with this issue on the Accord. This is a major safety concern since so many people are affected. Honda used to be dependable but not now. Now I had to miss work and look for a new car or get it repaired which costs 3,000 dollars.
The contact owns a 2002 Honda Accord. While traveling 35 mph, the contact noticed that the transmission would not shift into gear occasionally while driving at any speed and vehicle would surge forward without warning. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the contact was informed that the transmission needed to be replaced. The vehicle had not been repaired. The current and failure mileages were 93,000.
Honda has a transmission design flaw in their early 2000 Honda Accords. I own a 2002 Accord with 107,000 miles that requires a new transmission. I was surprised because this brand is known to be reliable. Upon researching Honda transmission problems online, I found several articles and multiple consumer complaints regarding Honda transmission failure. Honda did recall transmissions in certain models from 2003 and 2004. America Honda knows they have a problem and they declined to assist me with the repair because my 2002 Accord was not one of the recall models. I am now stuck with $3,600 repair bill for a new transmission. Almost had a wreck when pulling out into traffic since the car did not engage 2nd gear.
Normal driving of the car has lead to a transmission failure that is known by widely by other victims of the problem. 2002 Honda Accord ex, transmission is know to fail due to 2nd gear slipping, and other gears 'jerking' around. This occurs every time the vehicle is started. When car goes into second gear it lunges forward or feels like someone hit you from the rear. Also jerk violently when put into reverse. When transmission is on it's last breath , it does not go into gear, meaning if your trying to get on the main road from a side street, you might be hit on the side if your lean your car out to go when transmission does not go into gear, leaving you vulnerable on the road. A transmission rebuild due to clutch packet, a transmission swap, or transmission replacement are the only choices a victim has. Pricing from $6,000(transmission swap from Acura cl-s type s)-$1,500(transmission rebuild). Honda Accord drivers can not afford this due to Honda ignorance of it's customers safety.
I have a 2002 Honda Accord ex. . With a huge transmission problem. I have maintained my vehicle and it started shifting hard about a year ago. Now it wont go into most gears. While I was driving it, it just started revving really high. . . In traffic, and wouldn't go forward. I had to pull off the road to avoid being in an accident. I have been researching this and it seems this year and model have a defect that is not being addressed by Honda.
In 2009, car was jolting forward when stopping. Took car to Honda. They replaced the transmission. Now 4 years later, transmission has to be replaced again (only 33,000 miles later). Car is stalling while driving it and not switching gears properly. Seems like Honda replaced my original transmission with a used, inferior, recalled or damaged transmission. Spoke to Honda and they will not help me. They said the warranty has expired. (3 yrs or 36,000 miles).
The contact owns a 2002 Honda Accord. The contact stated that her transmission was slipping and caused her vehicle to stall in the middle of the road. The failure occurred while driving 5 mph. A crash could occur due to the sudden failure. In addition, the vehicle does not shift into gear when attempting to drive. The dealer stated that the transmission needed to be replaced because it could not be rebuilt. The repair would cost over $3,000. The failure mileage was 129,000.
Honda transmissions: 2002 Honda Accord tansmission slipping or not changing gear. This is the 2nd transmission in a years time. This one is now slipping and not going into gear. 8ak.
Honda Accord 2002 value package the transmission starts to fail at 59000 miles. Symptoms include clunking when shifts from neutral to drive, failing to change gears sometimes, and sudden clunks when changing gears. I am afraid that this failure may lead to an accident and request a recall from the manufacturer. I tried to change transmission fluid, but it still leaves the same problem.
Transmission will not shift into gear.
Consumer states the vehicle would not shift gears properly, so the dealer adjusted the sensor ten thousand miles later the problem reoccured. After inspection by the dealer it was discovered that the transmission needs to be replaced. Please provide further information.
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