2000 Honda Civic Automatic Transmission
Your 2000 Honda Civic automatic transmission allows you to drive safely and keep your attention focused on the road or other drivers. It shifts gears automatically for you and allows you to accelerate smoothly. When your automatic transmission gives you trouble, you may need to buy an appropriate replacement for your 2000 Honda Civic. You'll find all you need to service or repair your transmission at AutoZone.
How Does a Transmission Work?
The automatic transmission of a 2000 Honda Civic works by bringing the combustion power of your engine to the wheels and changing it into mechanical energy. The gearbox system at the heart of an automatic transmission automatically shifts gears based on acceleration or deceleration needs. An automatic transmission also protects your engine from shaking itself apart or damaging the broader vehicle by capturing and nullifying energy if necessary.
Signs of Failing Automatic Transmission & Replacement Cost
An automatic transmission can fail for any number of reasons, and it will display clear symptoms when it's time for a replacement or repair. These symptoms include grinding as the gears run up against each other, failure to switch gears when you accelerate or decelerate, or a burning smell that emanates from underneath your vehicle or the engine compartment.
When you replace your automatic transmission, expect to pay between $1,7560 and $2,700 for the assembly, and any labor costs are in addition. AutoZone can help you find the right 2000 Honda Civic transmission parts through filters by year, make, model, and engine size. Associates can also help identify the right part, and get your order quickly with options like Free In-Store and Curbside Pickup.