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Old 03-24-2008, 05:27 PM
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Honda Tech Needed

Ok here goes... Long post but you will be as stumped as I am.

I bought a 99 prelude little over a year ago. Drove it for about 3 months and the first M6HA transmission went out ( first started as a hard shift into second then neutral out in second ). First we tried a junk yard transmission and a new TCU Per a honda tech. Lasted about 2 weeks, we went on a trip to chicago and the same thing started agian... We took out that tranny and got a refund and sent my old one off for a rebuild. Fast Forward... a year later I finally get my rebuilt transmission back " This thing has a complete rebuild down to the valve body " We put the transmission in about 3 weeks ago... and NO second gear. SO... back to honda... says Shift Selonides are bad so we replaced them, then it was the TCU agian.. Replaced it... I finally replaced everything with new parts and I still dont have second gear.... Here is what we have done so far. swapped selonide plugs Brown and Black plugs on the front two shift selonides and ended up losing third gear and gained second.. So we know its not the transmission.. Voltage checked all the wires leading to the TCU. ep]laced TCU with working TCU... same thing..... so its not the selnoides, transmission, nuteral saftey switch....and from what I have done not the wire.... I dont really know how to check ground without putting the wires under load...

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