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Old 29 Oct 2011, 08:30 am
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Question NEW HERE WITH A Q on a PASSPORT

Last night my son calls and told me while starting to take of the vehicel seemed like it was not responding then made a noise from what sound like the rear axle.

I got there at 11pm and its moves through with the stick selector but no response. Other than is made a hum vibration noise the soundled like it was from teh differential but the drive shaft was not moving at all.

Linkages look good on drive shaft and the range sensor. Starts with no problem.

I plan to try and see if there are any codes this morning. We left it in a hEB parkinglot.

There was a little trans oil at and coating the range sensor outside cover. So I dont know if that insulate the contacts or not but knida doubt it.

Also I have not worked on too many Honda's but have other experience. I did discover that there is not trans dip stick- that blew me away.

Any thoughts or WAGs are appreciated.
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Stone

2001 6 cyl auto

Also - yep I rated my own thread ha just thought I would test that option too =)

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Old 29 Oct 2011, 10:19 am
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Last night my son calls and told me while starting to take of the vehicel seemed like it was not responding then made a noise from what sound like the rear axle.

I got there at 11pm and its moves through with the stick selector but no response. Other than is made a hum vibration noise the soundled like it was from teh differential but the drive shaft was not moving at all.

Linkages look good on drive shaft and the range sensor. Starts with no problem.

I plan to try and see if there are any codes this morning. We left it in a hEB parkinglot.

There was a little trans oil at and coating the range sensor outside cover. So I dont know if that insulate the contacts or not but knida doubt it.

Also I have not worked on too many Honda's but have other experience. I did discover that there is not trans dip stick- that blew me away.

Any thoughts or WAGs are appreciated.
Thanks
Stone

2001 6 cyl auto

Also - yep I rated my own thread ha just thought I would test that option too =)
Just found out its a 2000 model.
Going to get codes now.

If there is another forum where I should have posted this then please let me know.
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Old 29 Oct 2011, 05:04 pm
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Had some power trane DTC's but no issue. Clutch and pressure plate needs to be replaced. Main seal leaked out some of the fluid and the colder weather and reduced pressure finally chewed the clutches up. I have it home now and will be busting into it the rest of the way. Thanks for all of my help. lol
at least thats what my son said

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