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Old 13 Apr 2011, 03:31 pm
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Default does anyone have a 92 honda accord ?

I just got one... it was fine but, now there is a D4 light flashing in the dashboard.. and the transmission wont shift....















a friend told me to change the computer, another, the solenoids on the outside of the transmission...































any comment would help..its automatic and has a 2.2 engine with 4 pistons
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Old 13 Apr 2011, 03:46 pm
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The first thing to do is check the fluid level. Engine cold and parked on level surface. Under the hood, way down below where the battery is, pull out the yellow handled transmission dip stick. Fluid should be pink colored and near top of crosshatched indicator area. Second thing to do: Don't replace the computer! The flashing D4 means that the computer has a trouble code stored for you. That may tell you exactly what's wrong. See reference for good advice on how to read the trouble code.































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