2001 Honda Civic Transmission

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JDM 01-05 Honda Civic SOHC 1.7L 4 Cyl D17a SLXA Automatic Transmission LX DX EX (Fits: 2001 Honda Civic). I have a 2001 Honda Civic EX 1.7L VTEC. It is an automatic. The transmission is toast. I want to put in a transmission belonging to a 2001 Honda Civic LX.automatic but Canadian m read more.

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Transmission Problems

  1. In this video, I show you how to remove an automatic transmission from a 2003 Honda Civic EX. This process is very similar for 2001-2005 Honda Civic LX, DX.
  2. Find detailed specifications and information for your 2001 Honda Civic Sedan. Automatic Transmission: 4-Speed (available) Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT): 4.11/4.07.
  3. 121 problems related to automatic transmission have been reported for the 2001 Honda Civic. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Please also check out the statistics and reliability analysis of the 2001 Honda Civic based on all problems reported for the 2001 Civic. Automatic Transmission problem 1.
2001 Honda Civic Transmission

CarComplaints.com Notes: The 2001 Civic has transmission problems, transmission problems & more transmission problems. Did we mention transmission problems? And a dangerous defect with the front airbag that didn't get recalled for 10 years.

Although eventually the defective 2001 Civic airbag inflators were fixed under recalls in 2011 & 2013, that meant for 10 to 12 years airbags were activating with excessive force where metal fragments went shooting into passengers when the airbag deployed.

As for the 2001 Civic's transmission woes? Honda conducted a major transmission recall in 2004 & settled a class action lawsuit for defective transmissions in 2006. But, neither the recall or the lawsuit included the 2001 Civic.

Last thing to consider - the 2001 Civic is the most-recalled car ever, closely followed by the 2002 Civic & the 2001 Accord. The 2001 Civic is the 4th most-recalled vehicle overall, only a Ford truck & two Ford vans have more.

2001 Honda Civic Transmission Problems

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2001 Honda Civic Transmission Diagram

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13 problems related to transmission noise have been reported for the 2001 Honda Civic. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Please also check out the statistics and reliability analysis of the 2001 Honda Civic based on all problems reported for the 2001 Civic.

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Failure Date: 11/22/2016

Total transmission failure under normal driving conditions. This failure took place while driving to work (18. 5 miles). There was no warning or noise associated with the failure. Once parked the engine would run but would not engage into drive or reverse.

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Failure Date: 09/09/2013

The contact owns a 2001 Honda Civic. While driving 30 mph, the contact heard a noise and merged safely off the road. The vehicle was driven to the dealer who diagnosed the failure within the transmission. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic because of the dealer cost. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the incident. The failure mileage was 60,118.

Failure Date: 07/16/2013

I was driving home after work when I started to hear this loud chopping noise coming from my transmission. I took it to a local mechanic and he said it was the input shaft bearing and that it was a common problem and may be recalled.

Failure Date: 11/16/2010

Transmission went completely out in middle of busy intersection. Loud whining noise and revving of engine. I was almost hit by three different vehicles. Honda was contacted by myself several years ago and would do nothing to fix this piece of junk. Now the car is being repaired at aamco.

Failure Date: 05/19/2010

Transmission failure: started with a high pitch whining noise, slipping started about the 19th, while driving the car would not climb any hills and within 3 days the car would not move. . The car would not go over 5 mph without the rpms shooting to the red zone. The car has been parked since the incident, it's a driveway ornament. Checked on pricing for parts, but the cost is about $3k for a brand new transmission, used was about $2k. After checking around if the tranny is repaired the problem might happen again, because the tranny for that yr is the problem. .

Failure Date: 05/06/2010

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Transmission failure problem and complaint against 2001 Honda Civic may 6, 2010. Sudden failure to accelerate while in traffic will kill someone, as it almost happened to me today and I want the NHTSA to get serious about a safety recall! there are hundreds, if not thousands, of transmission failure complaints against the 2001 Honda Civic and this problem deserves investigation which will surely prove this manufacturer is very well aware of the massive problem yet refuses to do anything about it, leaving 2001 Civic owners in deadly situations, and if not killed, with huge repair bills. My towing bill alone was over $400. 00 due to the remote location in new mexico where the incident happened. The law must step in, with a class action suit filed on behalf of 2001 Honda Civic owners immediately. This failure reported here had no events leading up to the inability to accelerate, never happened before, no strange noises. In fact, new front struts were recently installed (the old ones were leaking, another major complaint from owners of this model!)the consequence was a near miss accident between my Civic and a heavy duty, lifted 4 x 4 truck, which nearly wiped me out when my car suddenly would not accelerate. This is one of hundreds of near misses reported, why won't someone make Honda accountable for their obviously faulty vehicle problem & demand a recall? why do we have to have death, injury, fires, damage, and crashes before odi and NHTSA look at the complaints??? to correct the failure, I'm filing a complaint with odi and requesting a good will repair from Honda and opening a file and get a case started for this safety related defect.

Failure Date: 11/29/2009

A 'whirring' noise started coming from the engine compartment. Approximately 40 miles later the car would not travel over 20 mph, we made it safely into a parking lot and shut off the engine. Started the vehicle after it cooled down and would not engage into drive (but would engage in reverse). Transmission needs to be rebuilt. Old part is currently available.

Failure Date: 04/07/2008

About a month ago I heard a strange noise. So I went to a small mechanic shop near my home. The mechanic checked it out and said to me 'it is a transmission problem. You have to fix it. ¿ he went on to say that the 2001 Honda Civic was notorious for having a transmission problem. He showed me another Honda Civic exactly like my model and turned on the engine. When he did, the sound that I heard was identical to that of mine. With all the results of the research I sincerely believe that Honda needs to take responsibility for this problem. It is not just a mechanical problem, but more importantly a problem with safety. Therefore, I called american Honda as I had seen advised on the board and they told me that all the cases were handled individually and that it had to be checked at the Honda dealer. They gave me a case number, and so I took my car to the goodson Honda dealership in houston. The service manger ran diagnostics for about two days, and said, 'everything is ok. The noise that you hear coming from the car is normal wear and tear. ¿ so I took his word for it. Then three days later when I was driving on the highway, my transmission failed. It almost killed me and my mother. The situation could easily have been fatal. I towed my car to my house and called Honda America again and reported my transmission failure. I towed my car to the same dealership under the recommendation of Honda America and had them check the car. They said that the transmission was out. So I said 'I came here three days ago and you told me that nothing was wrong with my car. Now three days later my transmission went out. Dont you have a financial responsibility to fix my car or at least meet me half way and pay 50% of the cost or at least for cost of parts. At the least recall the 2001 Honda Civic models for a faulty transmission. ¿.

Failure Date: 10/15/2005

2001 Honda Civic Transmission Solenoid

The contact states the transmission makes a high pitch noise when starting the vehicle. After the vehicle is warmed up the noise will go away. When pressing the accelerator pedal there is a delay in acceleration. She took the vehicle to the dealer; they stated the transmission needed to be replaced. The vehicle is maintained on regular basis.

Failure Date: 11/15/2002

A/c doesn't get cold, can't get Honda to fix as been this way since new. Brakes went bad with about 15000 miles on them. Were bad before that, still does not stop right, and has a vibraton when stopping transmission has a thumping like noise some times while idling. Had to replace strut on passanager side, couldn't get Honda to pay for all of it. I think one on driver side is bad also. Service manager told me this was a problem with the Honda Civic.

Failure Date: 10/23/2001

Consumer touched brakes to slow vehicle down, but vehicle swerved, and consumer hit another vehicle. Consumer stateed brakes squeaks and parking brake needs adjustment, transmission is making noise, no power on acceleration, upper windshield molding failed and reinstalled, noise is coming from right front wheel, gas gauge will fluctuate at times and front engine mount broke.

Failure Date: 06/30/2001

While driving through a puddle of water transmission made loud noises. Then, consumer lost some power.

When raining, transmission feels like it is getting bogged down and makes very loud noises like it is hitting something. I have noticed a leak as well. Others have had the same problem.

2001 Honda Civic Transmission Parts Diagram

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2001 Honda Civic Transmission Computer Location

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Transmission Gear Slipping problems
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Manual Transmission problems
Noises During Shifting problems
Transmission Solenoid problems
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