No, when you're stopped on a hill the vehicle is stationary. Your upset is
that your new car doesn't behave the way the old one did. No one here has
given you true smartass answers (and believe me, they are *very* capable!);
they're really telling you what "is." With your new car, you have to deal
you distinctly said "holding" on a hill,which IS "stationary".
Or were you saying that your tranny slips while -going up- a hill?
If you want to "hold" while stopped for traffic,a red light,whatever,the
HANDBRAKE is the customary method of "hillholding",that is the reason it's
a HANDbrake and not just a parking brake.
It's not a "smart-ass answer",either,it's a FACT.
Suburus had an inferior copy. The hill holder on my '56 Studebaker
Power Hawk it the original unit and has never required adjustment and
it's the single best friend you can have on steep hill intersections...
The owner's manual is the first place I'd look. All Honda manuals I've
ever read said "Don't expect the Honda tranny to hold the car on an
incline", or words to that effect.
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