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pretty bad
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
112,704 miles
Total Complaints:
3 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. not sure (3 reports)
1995 Honda Passport transmission problems

transmission problem

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1995 Honda Passport Owner Comments

problem #3

Sep 182007

Passport LX V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 110,000 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

My Honda Passport started having a problem shifting out of Park about a year ago and has gotten progressively worse. It takes a lot of shimmying and pressure to get the button to depress and allow me to shift out of Park. I'm afraid if I don't get it looked at soon, it will have to be towed to fix. I need an suggestion as to the problem and the cheapest fix possible.

- , Louisville, KY, USA

problem #2

Jul 012008

Passport EX 3.2L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 138,112 miles

WOW....I have never been told that I could "gripe, rant, and yell" as much as I want!! I bought a used 1995 Honda Passport which for what I spent on it, has turned out pretty good. But...a few weeks ago after driving for about an hour on the freeway, I pulled off to get gas (can I rant and yell about that too??). Anyhow, when I tried to pull out of the gas station my vehicle wouldn't kick into gear. It felt like I was in neutral rather than drive (it's an automatic by the way). I let off the gas pedal and slowly tried again....still nothing. Finally if I just barely pushed the gas, it would go into gear. Needless to say, once I got it moving at all, it took about 15 minutes to get back up to freeway speed. Once it was in about 3rd gear it was fine. This has continued to happen ever since so I try my hardest not to drive in any stop and go traffic. And not sure why, but it seems to be worse after driven for a while. It does not do it 100% of the time.....but definitely enough to be "a pain in the ass"!! I have

several friends that are mechanics (mostly GM) and have been told anything from a faulty sensor to transmission going out. I haven't taken it to the shop yet and don't know if I will until I do a little more research on the problem. I may just sell it and try my luck on a different vehicle. I'd love to share my comments on "THE PRICE OF GAS"......but I know you wouln't be able to publish it!!

- , Renton, WA, USA

problem #1

Dec 292003

(reported on)

Passport

  • 90,000 miles

I find it hard to believe that Honda would use a transmission that would fall apart with only 90,000 miles on it- my Nissan has 180,000 and the tranny is still going strong. I always had more faith in Honda's reputation, but I guess they just don't build they the way they used to

- , 208 Rossi Ave, CA, USA

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