How to replace a faulty Honda Civic Transmission (STM) if it is faulty.
We have heard that some of the transmission shops in Japan have been receiving defective transmission equipment and the service department is not able to repair the transmission.
We will tell you about the symptoms and what you can do to fix the problem.
Honda Civic STM Diagnosis: Symptoms The symptoms of a faulty STM are: 1.
Unscheduled stops and starts or sudden stopping and starts of a vehicle.
A sudden acceleration of the vehicle with no warning.
Unresponsive engine, throttle, or brakes.
A loss of sound.
A slight and constant hum.
An increase in vibration when driving.
The vehicle may not start up at all.
A change in temperature.
Changing lights or color of the interior or windows.
A strange smell.
Unusual or odd behavior of the car or engine.
The driver may become dizzy and have difficulty walking or talking.
The car may stop or lose power.
A slow speed or a high speed or sudden acceleration.
The transmission can not start and the vehicle stops.
A loud engine noise.
Changing color of interior or window.
Changing or missing headlights or windows in the vehicle.