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    btaylor85btaylor85
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      I was driving down the highway and all of a sudden my tranny popped me outta 5th gear. I can put it back in 5th but it will just pop back out. When i come to a stop and am outta gear i can hear a grinding sound which seems to be coming from my tranny. anybody have any idea whats going on with my car?

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    • #452436
      619DioFan619DioFan
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        Do you have this prob with any other gear or just 5th ?

        #452437
        btaylor85btaylor85
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          it seems like just 5th, but i can kinda hear a whining sound when im in another gear

          #452438
          MattMatt
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            Any other gear? It sounds like a synchro is failing.

            #452439
            btaylor85btaylor85
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              I only drove it a little longer when it first started messing with me. And it seemed to do fine in the other gears but there was that almost like a winding sound. When it was popping outta gear i would try to hold it in 5th and it would still pop itself outta gear. What all entales replacing a synchro and are the parts expensive?

              #452440
              dreamer2355dreamer2355
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                Quoted From Beefy:

                Any other gear? It sounds like a synchro is failing.

                +1

                I would first check for any damage to your shifter linkage such a worn parts and see if the clutch free play is adjustable.

                #452441
                btaylor85btaylor85
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                  I dont really see that to be a problem. there is no adjustment for it as far as i know. could my clutch be goin out?

                  #452442
                  dreamer2355dreamer2355
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                    Quoted From btaylor85:

                    I dont really see that to be a problem. there is no adjustment for it as far as i know. could my clutch be goin out?

                    You would be experiencing slippage or clutch dragging if you was having issues with your clutch assembly or other engagement problems.

                    Linkage and clutch free play could cause it to jump out of gear as well as bad synchro’s.

                    You could possibly drain and refill the transmission fluid with the factory replacement specification and see if that helps with the issue.

                    #452443
                    btaylor85btaylor85
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                      what about the grinding sound when the clutch isn’t engaged and i’m outta gear

                      #452444
                      EricTheCarGuy 1EricTheCarGuy
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                        If you have noise when the trans is in neutral it’s likely that you have bearing issues inside the transmission. I agree with dreamer that you should check for play in the linkage first (I’ve seen plenty of problems here) as it’s not likely that the syncro for 5th gear went out as that is not a common failure that I’ve seen but I’ve seen worn linkage cause that issue. Also it’s VERY important that you use Honda fluid in that transmission, if not problems could develop.

                        #452446
                        03AP103AP1
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                          If the clutch is pressed in wouldn’t the input shaft bearing be the problem and not the throw out bearing?

                          #452447
                          dreamer2355dreamer2355
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                            You would hear the input shaft bearing noise constantly if the clutch was depressed or not.

                            #452445
                            NAME ?#NAME?
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                              if the clutch pedal is pressed in and you hear a grinding sound, your throwout bearing is toast. Sounds like you have other problems, in addition to this. As said above, check all bushings and linkages for worn/broken parts. If the throwout bearing is toast, the trans is gonna have to come out… might as well do the clutch at the same time.

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                              EricTheCarGuy 1EricTheCarGuy
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                                Quoted From 03AP1:

                                If the clutch is pressed in wouldn’t the input shaft bearing be the problem and not the throw out bearing?

                                Think about it, when you depress the clutch pedal you are disengaging the transmission and it’s bearings from the engine, the engine still continues to rotate the pressure plate which the throw out bearing is pressed against at that time, if you only hear noise whenever the clutch pedal is depressed the throw out bearing is the most likely culprit.

                                If the input shaft bearing was at issue it would make noise when you release the clutch pedal with the transmission in neutral because at that time power from the engine would be transferred to the input shaft of the transmission, in fact this is when you normally hear an input shaft bearing noise because when you have a gear engaged it often doesn’t make as much noise because it’s under load unlike when it’s freewheeling in neutral.

                                #452449
                                btaylor85btaylor85
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                                  When i push the clutch pedal in the sound goes away

                                  #452450
                                  EricTheCarGuy 1EricTheCarGuy
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                                    That sounds like the bearings inside the transmission, possibly the input shaft bearing. It’s very important to use Honda fluid inside their transmissions as I’ve seen problems caused by using other fluids including bearing failure. I have tried syncromesh fluid in the past and have had some success with it clearing up noises of the type you appear to have but I would try Honda fluid first. I’d also verify that your shift linkage is in good shape as that could cause the ‘popping out of gear’, but if the linkage is OK I’m pretty sure you’re looking at a transmission overhaul or replacement.

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