Hey Scotty! I have a 2009 Honda Civic Automatic transmission and recently whenever I shift into…

jciep

Hey Scotty! I have a 2009 Honda Civic Automatic transmission and recently whenever I shift into drive the front end of the car, which seems to be the transmission makes a clink sound loud enough that I can hear it inside of the cabin. It also started doing it when I shift out of drive like into park or reverse as well. Im hoping it's not my transmission but I dont know what else it could be! Do you have any ideas of what might be making the noise? I've changed my ATF since it started happening with Honda ATF, and it doesn't do anything particularly strange while driving. Just when shifting into drive or from it.

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jciep
jciep

Here is a link to a video I took of the engine while shifting gears. The engine is kind of loud but the clink sound is most noticeable when shifting into Drive. The sound goes, Clunk...Clink! https://goo.gl/photos/1gxrV5CCo6LMqTbb6

jciep
jciep

Thank you so much for your reply Scotty! However, when I shift gears my engine barely moves at all, unlike the car in your video. Should I still consider it being a motor mount even though it does not move? I even compared the movement to a 2010 Accord and 2015 Rav-4 and mine moved the least while shifting out of all of them.

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

often worn motor mounts or transmission mounts, Try this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4VqDmlR9Oc