After changing some Engine sit on my Honda Accord 2005, the Drive light(D) started blinking, and the car wont pick up , as if its starting with Gear 3, to move. what could have caused this?

Asked by obaf Jul 25, 2012 at 12:27 PM about the 2005 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

After changing some Engine sit on my Honda Accord 2005, the Drive light(D) started blinking, and the car wont pick up , as if its starting with Gear 3, to move. what could have caused this?

4 Answers

the mechanic that change the engine sit, seems to have mistakenly broke something on the gear box, dont know if that's the cause.

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sounds like it could either be something in the valve body lack of pressure and not engaging properly or possibly the tcm (transmission control module)

Check your cam shaft sensor and the connecter.

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