Asked by Feb 11, 2018 at 02:53 AM about the 1999 Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Kia ora

My son has a 1999 Honda Ferio vi sedan (auto).
The ECOND light keeps coming on & off - also its
not transitioning properly, so when your stationary
& go to take off in drive (D) its like it stalls then just
takes off ? Just had the transmission replaced &
some sensors but the problem is still there. Help
someone please?

2 Answers


Hi, Are you in Japan? Those cars were only available in the domestic Japanese market. I’m not sure what kind of warranty on labor your mechanic offers especially on transmission work it’s usually 1 year or a certain number of miles after the work is completed. It sounds like the transmission is faulty or not a good match. Take it back to the mechanic where you got the work done and demand they repair it the correct way. Good luck!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Kia ora No we are in New Zealand. The car is driving alot better im suspicious that the issue is electrical & not mechanical. There have been a few sensors replaced but we still are having the issues. Our mechanic is lovely no issues there very honest & reliable.

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