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Car stalls on Drive

When I come to a red light, the car stalls when it's in Drive... when i put it in neutral, it'll start up!! when i then put it to drive, it'll stall out unless i rev it on neutral and drop it into drive.. Is it my tranny?

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Re: Car stalls on Drive

i dont think its tranny. how many miles on the car? check your compression. it could be something small like the iac valve
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

I agree wit MOB5TA.. or u cud check the throttle cable... its prolly too closed, like the cable is not openin the throttle enuff to keep the car idle.. try movin the cable bak alil, idk see wat happens
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

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i dont think its tranny. how many miles on the car? check your compression. it could be something small like the iac valve

100k... tranny slips when it's cold. i was wondering if that's related
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

could be a vacuum leak or something too
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

Will it stay idled in neutral and park?
Do you feel the torque converter clutch disengaging, or is it sluggish when accelerating?
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

my vote is on a vac leak somewhere
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

if its a vac leak it wouldnt matter what gear he's in it would shut off. right? but it doesnt hurt to check. let the car run and spray brake cleaner by the intake manifold and where all the vac lines are. if it starts to idle faster you have a leak
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

just cleaned the throttle with degreaser and a toothbrush.. checked all vacuum lines and there aren't any leaks...

any other suggestions? People are telling me it could be the torque converter
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

its not ur torque converter, stop listening to idiots, check ur iac first, does ur car idle low? does ur car feel sluggish? we need more info dude
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

Idle speed in park when cold?
Idle speed in park when full warm?
Idle speed in drive after removed from park, after been left in park?
Idle speed when AC is on and in drive?
Engine temp?
Is the A/C on?
Are you tuning the steering wheel?
Is you Battery fully charged?
Sluggish, poor fuel eco?
Intermittent or every time you stop?
Feel of shifts?
Feel of car when driving describe as much as possible?


If the torque converter lock up clutch is stuck in the activated position will will cause the problem as you describe (leave the clutch out on a 5 speed and see what happens when you stop), but there are many other things that you have to check before we can test that. Giving as much information as possible helps a ton, since none of us can physically look or drive the car.
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

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its not ur torque converter, stop listening to idiots, check ur iac first, does ur car idle low? does ur car feel sluggish? we need more info dude

i just bought this car and it's the 2nd or 3rd time driving it. it varies with the idle 500-800. i've never gunned it to see if it's sluggish


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Idle speed in park when cold? starts up at about 1500 then drops 900 when warm
Idle speed in park when full warm? 900
Idle speed in drive after removed from park, after been left in park? 800, not sure
Idle speed when AC is on and in drive? not sure
Engine temp? normal in the middle
Is the A/C on? no
Are you tuning the steering wheel? no
Is you Battery fully charged? think so
Sluggish, poor fuel eco? not sure
Intermittent or every time you stop? not all the time, but i drop it to neutral n rev it to prevent it from stalling
Feel of shifts? rough
Feel of car when driving describe as much as possible? hard shifts the first 5 mins of driving then smooth.


If the torque converter lock up clutch is stuck in the activated position will will cause the problem as you describe (leave the clutch out on a 5 speed and see what happens when you stop), but there are many other things that you have to check before we can test that. Giving as much information as possible helps a ton, since none of us can physically look or drive the car.
just dropped the car in the shop to see what it is... hope it doesn't cost me an arm n a leg
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

a bad torque converter could make u run sluggish becuz of no torque! lol let us know what happens and when ur driving if it turns off it could be a bad distributor
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

ok just got the news back from the shop... he said it needs a tranny rebuild. This "should" fix the problem.. How much would this usually cost?
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of course it needs the tranny rebuilt. thats the most expensive thing.. i bet its something simple and they figured they can milk ya for all your worth because they think your dumb. don't get me wrong, i'm not calling you stupid.. but that's what they try to do with almost EVERYONE. especially women and young adults. and don't put it past them. especially now-a-days. its some rough times out there these days and people are struggling. people are willing to put honesty and integrity aside to make a quick buck if it means putting food on the table. but luckily politicians made laws to help people in your situation. if you so decide to have them rebuild the tranny, ask them for the malfunctioning part when they give the car back to you. if they cannot produce the part, you can sew them for all they're worth. funny, politicians actually making laws that help the little guy. what a surprise.

i do not recommend that however, because, a lot of times, they scrounge around their scrap metal bin and just find something and show it to you. especially if they just recently had a rebuilt tranny, its a lot easier to do. but you'd have to be able to prove that part didn't go in YOUR tranny.

what i recommend is getting a second opinion. from a known REPUTABLE shop. ask your friends, ask your parents, ask your friends parents, ask your gf/wife, ask your gf's/wife's parents, ask your co-workers, ask your coworker's parents, ask your boss and ask his or her parents. someone is bound to know a reputable mechanic.

i'm not saying its not the tranny, because it very well could be. but if it is, just do a manual swap.. don't rebuild the tranny, its just gonna fail again.

oh and another thing, if they say this "should" fix the problem. you can bet they don't even know what the problem is. and they are just telling you that because they want to make money off you.
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jesus christ, tranny rebuild? IVE WORKED ON 100's of PRELUDES I CAN HELP YOU why did u bring it to the shop lol
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if its a vac leak it wouldnt matter what gear he's in it would shut off. right? but it doesnt hurt to check. let the car run and spray brake cleaner by the intake manifold and where all the vac lines are. if it starts to idle faster you have a leak
Aint know that.. ima try this lol
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Have you checked the torq sensor? Mine gets clogged with dirty tranny fluid and has problems shifting etc..
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Re: Car stalls on Drive

just got the car back from the shop... doesn't stall anymore and the shifting isn't super hard anymore. I still feel the shift sometimes.. Is the car suppose to shift silky smooth after a rebuild? how do u tell if the tranny was actually rebuilt? He did the rebuild in 1 day and only replaced the worn gears & torque converter internals. The car still made a buzzing noise when it was cold.
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did you do what i told you?? ask for the malfunctioning part when you get the car back.
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did you do what i told you?? ask for the malfunctioning part when you get the car back.
it's a friend of a friend's shop so I didn't want to sound like a jerk..
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well if you trust him. suit yourself.. but there is hardly a way to really tell if it was really rebuilt. perhaps you can get under the car and look at the tranny. like around the bolts and see if they've been touched. sometimes you can tell.

silky smooth shifts aren't really good. you should feel something. i think that's partly the reason these trannies were prone to failing (among many other things. honda tried way to hard to make them to soft. its similar to riding the clutch in a manual tranny during a shift to make it smoother. you're only heating up the clutch and wearing it down quicker. the biggest enemy to auto trannies is heat.
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I agree wit MOB5TA.. or u cud check the throttle cable... its prolly too closed, like the cable is not openin the throttle enuff to keep the car idle.. try movin the cable bak alil, idk see wat happens
That's the most ignorant thing I think I've ever heard. Your throttle cable shouldn't be holding the throttle body open AT ALL under idling conditions. That's what you have an IACV (Idle Air Control Valve) for.

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[QUOTE=Phantom240;471984]That's the most ignorant thing I think I've ever heard. Your throttle cable shouldn't be holding the throttle body open AT ALL under idling conditions. That's what you have an IACV (Idle Air Control Valve) for.


LOL! yea i jus found that out like a month ago.. i use to adjust the throttle by pullin the cable bak lol... it worked tho... but yea i found the right way to do it
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