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  1. #1
    NZHondas Newbie
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    Mar 2012

    Honda fit 2001 transmission problem

    i bought a 2001 honda fit last year. street driving seems ok but when i drive at 80 kph at motorway, transmission is not engaging and does not accelerate. rpm reaches 3000 w/o pressing gas pedal. the letter D (drive at gear indicator) keeps on blinking even when i turn to N (neutral). before that i broought it to honda service center and told me that need only to change the transmission oil which nthey did. but still the problem remains. anybody having this same problem with their honda fits. cheers

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    7,000rpm (Peak Power) cubic's Avatar
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    Jan 2002
    Outside NZ: Asia

    Re: Honda fit 2001 transmission problem

    If the D is flashing that is the transmission computer telling you it has detected a fault. The computer will tell you what the fault is if you apply the correct procedure or have the scan tool. Maybe try the Honda dealer again?
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