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2003 Honda Accord Transmission 5 Speed Automatic

2003 Honda Accord Transmission 5 Speed Automatic

A 2003 Honda Accord with a 5-speed automatic transmission is a great option for a new car. This car is a mid-size sedan with great handling and the right amount of power for any driver. But the automatic transmission can become problematic over time. There are a few different ways to repair it, and this article will discuss some of the more common issues. Once you have determined the problem, you can take care of it yourself.

First, you must remove the transmission. Once the engine is removed, remove the hood and the transmission cover. It may be a challenge to remove the unit from the car, but you will be able to reach the automatic shifter assembly with a little work. The manual shifter assembly is located in the center of the transmission, so it will be accessed by removing the heat shield on the front. You will need a hydraulic jack to support the transmission. If you don't have one, you can use a floor jack.

Next, remove the catalytic converter heat shield and disconnect the transmission hose. Then, remove the intermediate shaft and connect it to the engine. Install the new automatic shifter assembly with the help of two 10mm bolts. Attach the cables to the shifter linkage bracket using jack clamps. Make sure to use a properly marked and leveled jack for the car. After removing the old transmission, you can replace it with the new one.

After disconnecting the automatic shifter assembly from the engine, you must disassemble the catalytic converter. Remove the radiator hose and the heat shield from the catalytic converter. After removing the catalytic converter, you can then access the automatic shifter assembly. This is a fairly heavy and delicate part of the transmission, so a hydraulic jack or floor jack can be used to support it.

During this process, you will need to remove the catalytic converter heat shield and the manual shifter. You will need to remove the catalytic converter to access the automatic shifter assembly. Once the transmission is removed, you should attach the new one using a 12mm drill bit. Once the automatic shifter is replaced, you must connect the hose to the radiator with a 12mm wrench. Then, you can place the new 5-speed automatic gearbox in place of the old one.

To remove the 2003 Honda Accord's transmission, you will need to disassemble the front seat. You will need to remove the plastic boot cover and the front seat. Then, you will need to remove the rear seats and rear floor jack. Then, you will need to unbolt the air intake tube. Then, use a hydraulic jack to lift the car. Then, secure the floor jack with a jack clamp.

2003 Honda Accord Transmission 5 Speed Automatic