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Offline cdbasa

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98 crv (A/T) Issues
« on: June 11, 2009, 06:44:20 PM »


Hi! I need your help/opinion to find out what cause the following problems:

1.a. the idling is somewhat high-around 900 RPM- but at the same time, kind of rough to the extent that vibrations can be felt inside    the passenger cabin, most particularly on the dash and steering wheel;

b. when the gas pedal is pressed then released, RPM goes down to about 500, or less then goes back to 900. It's like "choking?" i don't know if that's the right term;

2 a. the A/T stays quite longer (than normal) in 3rd gear. you have to release the gas pedal if you want to shift to 4th gear earlier;
b. when in 4th gear, just a slight press on the gas pedal, will cause shifting to 3rd gear.

Your suggestions/opinions will be very much appreciated. TIA!


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Re: 98 crv (A/T) Issues
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2009, 08:51:54 AM »
1. have the throttle cleaned as well as the idle up.

2. check the tension of the tranny cable. it might be too tight causing that to happen. also check and replace your atf if it's overdue.
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Re: 98 crv (A/T) Issues
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2009, 07:25:31 PM »
thanks for the response sir speedyfix. i appreciate it.  :)   the idle has been lowered via the idle adjuster also, it was found that the vibration was caused by busted upper engine mount.

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Re: 98 crv (A/T) Issues
« Reply #3 on: June 30, 2009, 07:36:43 PM »
1. have the throttle cleaned as well as the idle up.

2. check the tension of the tranny cable. it might be too tight causing that to happen. also check and replace your atf if it's overdue.

btw, i failed to describe more clearly item 1.a.  actually, what happens is that when  i'm cruising at say, 2k rpm then release the pedal to slow down, the rpm dips abruptly to idle speed which causes the trans to change gear abruptly too. this does not happen to my other A/T car. why is this happening to my crv?

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Re: 98 crv (A/T) Issues
« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2009, 11:21:11 AM »
hard to say, you may need to compensate the idle with a bit more air at the throttlebody by adjusting the idle screw. pero i'm just guessing and i can't be sure without seeing the car.

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