Honda Civic/Acura Integra
since 1994 release
Repair and operation of the car
+ Cars of the Honda Civic and Acura Integra brand
+ Maintenance instruction
+ Routine maintenance
+ Cooling system and heating
+ Power supply system and release
+ Engine electric equipment
+ Control systems of the engine
- Gear shifting box
+ 5-staged manual box of gear shifting
- 4-staged and stepless automatic transmissions (ат and cvt)
Failure diagnostics of AT/CVT - the general information
Check and adjustment of a cable of management of a butterfly valve in the kick-down mode (TV cable) - the Integra models
Replacement and adjustment of a cable of gear shifting
Adjustment and replacement of the sensor switch of position of the lever of the selector of transfers
System of blocking - the general information, check of a state, replacement and adjustment of an electromagnet of management
Check and replacement of electromagnetic valves of management of blocking
Removal and installation of 4-staged and stepless automatic transmissions (AT and CVT)
+ Coupling and power shafts
+ Brake system
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Onboard electric equipment
4-staged and stepless automatic transmissions (ат and cvt)
The real Head Korobka of gear shifting is devoted 4-staged and to stepless automatic transmissions (AT and CVT). On the Civic models 4-staged AT of three types are used: A4RA, B4RQ and A4RA, and also stepless M4VA CVT. The Integra models are equipped with 4-staged MP7A, S4XA and SP7A AT. Information on the manual boxes of gear shifting (MBGS) is provided in a 5-staged manual box of gear shifting.
Placement of AT/CVT and the components accompanying it in a motive compartment of the car it is given on an accompanying illustration below.
In view of complexity of designs of AT and CVT, absence on free sale of replaceable internal components, and need of use of the special equipment, authors of the present manual do not recommend to owners of cars to carry out capital repairs of transmission by own forces.
Sometimes, in case of serious breakage, more reasonable it appears to replace transmission, than to spend time and funds for restoration failed. Regardless of the chosen way of introduction of the failed transmission to action, independent performance of its removal and installation will help to cut down expenses substantially.
Arrangement of AT/CVT and the components accompanying it in a motive compartment of the car