I can put it back into park and or neutral and it will instantly start again as if nothing were wrong. Until I try to go back into gear.
At first it would sputter to a stop and eventually manifested into this seize halt. I did disconnect the solenoids and at one point it would go into drive and choke and I could switch it out keeping it alive but it would grind almost as if you were trying to shift and your foot slipped off the clutch to soon.
Fluid color is still bright red as it first came. There are no leaks that I can see unless it's so trivial it isn't causing any drips.
Also at one point I took the VSS out and back in (cleaned it) upon reinstalling the speedometer would read 10 mph at a stop and when out into drive it did the same grind and started choking. When I took it out and it started working correctly (The VSS) it did the same seize up with no attempt to stay alive
Details on vehicle:
F22a4 natural aspiration motor with a 1991 Accord LX transmission. Currently using my EX torque converter. (Not sure if mixing the converters is causing this lock up) this is all happening after a rebuild. At
have the same problem?
Friday, May 22nd, 2020 AT 8:07 PM