What transmission does a 2004 Honda Accord have?

What transmission does a 2004 Honda Accord have?

2004 Honda Accord Sedan Specifications

Manual Transmission: 5-Speed x x
Automatic Transmission: 5-Speed Available Available
Gear Ratios: 1st (MT/AT) 3.267/2.652 3.267/2.652
2nd 1.769/1.517 1.769/1.517

Does 2004 Honda Accord have transmission problems?

A 1 million+ vehicle recall was issued in 2004 because the automatic transmission that was installed in the 2003-2004 Honda Accord seemed to be prone to early failure. Severe gear damage/breakage could cause the transmission to unexpectedly seize, which could obviously lead to an accident.

How much does it cost for a transmission for a 2004 Honda Accord?

2004 Honda Accord Automatic Transmission – from $2019.99+ | AutoZone.com.

Does 2004 Honda Accord have CVT transmission?

This was a 3.0-liter engine with Honda’s Integrated Motor Assist electronic control system and a conventional five-speed automatic transmission instead of the usual CVT (continuously variable automatic transmission).

How long do transmissions last Honda?

Some transmissions can last just over 10,000 miles, while others will last over 200,000 miles. Generally though, regular vehicle maintenance is the number one factor effecting a transmission’s lifespan, and good upkeep can help it last even longer.

What motor is in a 2004 Honda Accord?

2.4 L 4-cylinder
3.0 L V6
2004 Honda Accord/Engine

How many quarts of transmission fluid does a 2004 Honda Accord take?

Your 4 cylinder Accord holds a grand total of 6.9 quarts of automatic transmission fluid.

How reliable is a 2004 Honda Accord?

The 2004 Honda Accord Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5. It ranks 1st out of 32 for all car brands.