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Old 25 Jul 2014, 07:36 am
md
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Default D4 flashing (English/French)

(Honda accord 2.0 ILS, made in UK, 1997)

Hi

The D4 light is flashing. According the notice, "problem with AUTOMATIC
POWER TRANSMISSION". I changed the liquid (6 liters) but after 1000kms,
the problem appears again.
How to diagnose?

(in French)
Le témoin D4 clignote en permanence. D'après la notice, "problème avec
la boîte de vitesse automatique". J'ai changé le liquide de boîte (6
litres) mais après 1000kms, ça recommence.
Comment faire un diagnostic plus précis ?
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Old 25 Jul 2014, 06:58 pm
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Default Re: D4 flashing (English/French)

In article <53d24f3a$0$2218$426a34cc@news.free.fr>, md <md@none> wrote:

> The D4 light is flashing. According the notice, "problem with AUTOMATIC
> POWER TRANSMISSION". I changed the liquid (6 liters) but after 1000kms,
> the problem appears again.
> How to diagnose?


Read the diagnostic codes with a code reader.

Could be anything. I had this; it was a temperature sensor.
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Old 28 Jul 2014, 10:18 am
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Le 26/07/2014 01:58, Elmo P. Shagnasty a crit :
> In article <53d24f3a$0$2218$426a34cc@news.free.fr>, md <md@none> wrote:
>
>> The D4 light is flashing. According the notice, "problem with AUTOMATIC
>> POWER TRANSMISSION". I changed the liquid (6 liters) but after 1000kms,
>> the problem appears again.
>> How to diagnose?

>
> Read the diagnostic codes with a code reader.
>
> Could be anything. I had this; it was a temperature sensor.
>

Thanks.
I'm not shure that there is a code reader connector on my Accord.
Where do I search for it?
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Old 28 Jul 2014, 04:05 pm
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Default Re: D4 flashing (English/French)

On 7/28/2014 8:18 AM, md wrote:
> Le 26/07/2014 01:58, Elmo P. Shagnasty a crit :
>> In article <53d24f3a$0$2218$426a34cc@news.free.fr>, md <md@none> wrote:
>>
>>> The D4 light is flashing. According the notice, "problem with AUTOMATIC
>>> POWER TRANSMISSION". I changed the liquid (6 liters) but after 1000kms,
>>> the problem appears again.
>>> How to diagnose?

>>
>> Read the diagnostic codes with a code reader.
>>
>> Could be anything. I had this; it was a temperature sensor.
>>

> Thanks.
> I'm not shure that there is a code reader connector on my Accord.
> Where do I search for it?


What model and year is it?
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Old 28 Jul 2014, 04:06 pm
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Default Re: D4 flashing (English/French)

On 7/25/2014 4:58 PM, Elmo P. Shagnasty wrote:
> In article <53d24f3a$0$2218$426a34cc@news.free.fr>, md <md@none> wrote:
>
>> The D4 light is flashing. According the notice, "problem with AUTOMATIC
>> POWER TRANSMISSION". I changed the liquid (6 liters) but after 1000kms,
>> the problem appears again.
>> How to diagnose?

>
> Read the diagnostic codes with a code reader.
>
> Could be anything. I had this; it was a temperature sensor.
>

Depending on the model year, this may unly use OBD1, so no connector for
scanner.
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Old 28 Jul 2014, 05:02 pm
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Default Re: D4 flashing (English/French)

Le 28/07/2014 23:05, cameo a crit :
> On 7/28/2014 8:18 AM, md wrote:
>> Le 26/07/2014 01:58, Elmo P. Shagnasty a crit :
>>> In article <53d24f3a$0$2218$426a34cc@news.free.fr>, md <md@none> wrote:
>>>
>>>> The D4 light is flashing. According the notice, "problem with AUTOMATIC
>>>> POWER TRANSMISSION". I changed the liquid (6 liters) but after 1000kms,
>>>> the problem appears again.
>>>> How to diagnose?
>>>
>>> Read the diagnostic codes with a code reader.
>>>
>>> Could be anything. I had this; it was a temperature sensor.
>>>

>> Thanks.
>> I'm not shure that there is a code reader connector on my Accord.
>> Where do I search for it?

>
> What model and year is it?

(Honda accord 2.0 ILS, made in UK, 1997)
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Old 28 Jul 2014, 06:14 pm
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Default Re: D4 flashing (English/French)

On 7/28/2014 3:02 PM, md wrote:
> Le 28/07/2014 23:05, cameo a crit :
>> On 7/28/2014 8:18 AM, md wrote:
>>> Le 26/07/2014 01:58, Elmo P. Shagnasty a crit :
>>>> In article <53d24f3a$0$2218$426a34cc@news.free.fr>, md <md@none> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> The D4 light is flashing. According the notice, "problem with
>>>>> AUTOMATIC
>>>>> POWER TRANSMISSION". I changed the liquid (6 liters) but after
>>>>> 1000kms,
>>>>> the problem appears again.
>>>>> How to diagnose?
>>>>
>>>> Read the diagnostic codes with a code reader.
>>>>
>>>> Could be anything. I had this; it was a temperature sensor.
>>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>> I'm not shure that there is a code reader connector on my Accord.
>>> Where do I search for it?

>>
>> What model and year is it?

> (Honda accord 2.0 ILS, made in UK, 1997)


I think that was the last year with OBD1 diagnostic. So you need to find
out how to short the two-prong service connector under the glove box and
then read the series and number of blinks the D4 drive indicator light
makes while the key is on ignition but the engine is not running. You
need a Honda service manual to learn the exact procedure and use the
code gained fom the D4 blinks for diagnostics. I think this is better
left to trained Honda service technicians.
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Old 29 Jul 2014, 01:35 am
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Default Re: D4 flashing (English/French)

Le 29/07/2014 01:14, cameo a crit :
> On 7/28/2014 3:02 PM, md wrote:
>> Le 28/07/2014 23:05, cameo a crit :
>>> On 7/28/2014 8:18 AM, md wrote:
>>>> Le 26/07/2014 01:58, Elmo P. Shagnasty a crit :
>>>>> In article <53d24f3a$0$2218$426a34cc@news.free.fr>, md <md@none>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> The D4 light is flashing. According the notice, "problem with
>>>>>> AUTOMATIC
>>>>>> POWER TRANSMISSION". I changed the liquid (6 liters) but after
>>>>>> 1000kms,
>>>>>> the problem appears again.
>>>>>> How to diagnose?
>>>>>
>>>>> Read the diagnostic codes with a code reader.
>>>>>
>>>>> Could be anything. I had this; it was a temperature sensor.
>>>>>
>>>> Thanks.
>>>> I'm not shure that there is a code reader connector on my Accord.
>>>> Where do I search for it?
>>>
>>> What model and year is it?

>> (Honda accord 2.0 ILS, made in UK, 1997)

>
> I think that was the last year with OBD1 diagnostic. So you need to find
> out how to short the two-prong service connector under the glove box and
> then read the series and number of blinks the D4 drive indicator light
> makes while the key is on ignition but the engine is not running. You
> need a Honda service manual to learn the exact procedure and use the
> code gained fom the D4 blinks for diagnostics. I think this is better
> left to trained Honda service technicians.

Thank You. I'll better go to Honda service...
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Old 29 Jul 2014, 12:11 pm
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Default Re: D4 flashing (English/French)

On 7/28/2014 11:35 PM, md wrote:
> Le 29/07/2014 01:14, cameo a crit :
>> On 7/28/2014 3:02 PM, md wrote:
>>> Le 28/07/2014 23:05, cameo a crit :
>>>> On 7/28/2014 8:18 AM, md wrote:
>>>>> Le 26/07/2014 01:58, Elmo P. Shagnasty a crit :
>>>>>> In article <53d24f3a$0$2218$426a34cc@news.free.fr>, md <md@none>
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The D4 light is flashing. According the notice, "problem with
>>>>>>> AUTOMATIC
>>>>>>> POWER TRANSMISSION". I changed the liquid (6 liters) but after
>>>>>>> 1000kms,
>>>>>>> the problem appears again.
>>>>>>> How to diagnose?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Read the diagnostic codes with a code reader.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Could be anything. I had this; it was a temperature sensor.
>>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks.
>>>>> I'm not shure that there is a code reader connector on my Accord.
>>>>> Where do I search for it?
>>>>
>>>> What model and year is it?
>>> (Honda accord 2.0 ILS, made in UK, 1997)

>>
>> I think that was the last year with OBD1 diagnostic. So you need to find
>> out how to short the two-prong service connector under the glove box and
>> then read the series and number of blinks the D4 drive indicator light
>> makes while the key is on ignition but the engine is not running. You
>> need a Honda service manual to learn the exact procedure and use the
>> code gained fom the D4 blinks for diagnostics. I think this is better
>> left to trained Honda service technicians.

> Thank You. I'll better go to Honda service...


As soon as possible to prevent major damage. I'm surprised though that
you didn't notice some of the gears not engaging. When I had once one of
those D4 blinking episodes on my '94 Accord, the lower gears did not
engage, so starting the car was hard. Then the shop later had to replace
the shift control solenoid to fix the problem, as I recall.
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