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how"s everyone? Got a question on my 95 ody. When I start to drive the D4 light starts to blink and the car will no longer shift into 4th gear and it will not kick down if you punch it. any ideas would be helpful
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Sound like a transmissionn problem. I"m not an expert here but maybe the torque converter or lock-up control solenoid?
2007 Odyssey EXL 105,000km2011 Civic SE 40,000km"95 Odyssey 289,000km SOLD!"99 Civic 4dr SE 160,000km - Totalled by deer"92 Civic 446,000km SOLD!
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so the light only turns on when u drive (i had a 95 that did the same i changed the tcm and it took care of the problem )
do some looking for the info on how to retrieve the code , on my accord we went to the "service check connector" and then the code would flash through the d4 light when the ig. was turned on ,, I am sure anyone with a service manual could then tell you what the code is.
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Download the 1994 Accord manual (44.74MB) from this website.http://hondatech.info/downloads/Auto/Manuals/Accord/You"ll need acrobat reader to open it from http://www.adobe.com/. Turn to page 14-48 - Troubleshooting procedures. It tells you how to get the codes like onemanauto mentions. Just use a paper clip on the service check connector. Good Luck!
2007 Odyssey EXL 105,000km2011 Civic SE 40,000km"95 Odyssey 289,000km SOLD!"99 Civic 4dr SE 160,000km - Totalled by deer"92 Civic 446,000km SOLD!
It could be the speed sensor.Its is located just by the right hand side of the auto transmission graebox.It is visible from the outside.This could be the reason.Good Luck..


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So, I also have a 1995 Odyssey EX (only OBD-1, not OBD-2). My D4 light now starts flashing steadily after I drive and start to reach about 25 mph. When I stop and turn off the car and then restart the car, it won"t start flashing again until I again start to drive and hit about 25 mph. I jumped the OBD-1 test connector and turned the ignition switch to accessory, expecting the D4 light to go on and flash a code pattern. But the D4 light did nothing. There was no blinking check engine light either. Since the transmission control module is apparently not registering and storing an error code, do you think this means that the transmission control module is faulty? Note that I just recently had to replace the ECU/PCM since it was shot and not issuing a signal to the fuel pump to turn on...but this flashing D4 issue was also happening with the previous ECU as well. Or is there something that I"m missing here and does a tranny shop have the ability to read a transmission error code that I cannot using the above method?