https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2015/MC-10108793-9999.pdfOur 2014 seems a ton of local service and short tripping. It has 86k currently. It starts and runs great. Shifts fine.
Ive done an ATF drain and refill every few 5k mike oil changes. ATF looks great.
What we’ve been observing, is when driving with everything at temperature, decelerating, if we then need to get to moving again at moderate throttle, the AT will slam into gear after a second of just acting normal. It’s like it catches.
Can’t do it around town. It seems to be a high to low speed transition. And it’s not all the time. We don’t drive with a heavy foot, so it’s not like a slip where the rpms flare up way high. Everything seems to continue normal, engine speed increases moderately, but then something goes into action and it’s a hard clunk. Then perfect business as usual.e
So any idea what might cause this? Good fluid, new fluid (Honda fluid) in there, easy use most of the time… so why would it all of a sudden start doing this? And what is the cause?
Check this out - verify if you have a vin that is named in the TSB.
I use lubegard red and maxlife in our 15 ody - this combo got rid of the abrupt shifts every now and again.