24 May, 16

Honda Civic i-Shift Clutch Actuator + Gear Actuator Repairs

Honda Civic i-Shift Clutch + Gear Actuators

Honda Civic I Shift Clutch Actuator Rebuilds
Modern Honda Civics are available with the optional Semi-Automatic gearbox which is equipped with I-Shift technology. This is basically a manual gearbox that is controlled electronically by an electronic clutch actuator, gearbox actuator, and a gearbox ECU. These gearboxes are known to suffer transmission faults. Although this is a very problematic system, it is not always the same part that fails. We’re able to test and repair all three parts – the clutch actuator, gear actuator and the gearbox ECU.

Common Clutch Actuator / Gearbox Actuator Problems

Some of the most common issues found with the Honda Civic I-Shift gearbox are listed below:

  • Selecting Wrong Gears
  • Won’t Rev in Reverse
  • Gears Won’t Select
  • Going in & out of Auto Mode
  • ECU Logging Clutch Actuator Faults
  • ECU Logging Gear Actuator Faults
  • P0810 Clutch Position Control Error

 
If you find that either of the actuators are faulty and have researched the repair solutions available, you will find that a new clutch & gear actuator will cost in the region of £750 – £950 + VAT + Labour and then extra costs will be added if the unit requires coding / calibration. These are usually available directly from the dealer and will only come with a 12-month warranty, however if you manage to purchase second-hand part, these will usually be cheaper, but will only come with a limited warranty (normally 30-90 days) and will also require programming.

Sinspeed Clutch / Gearbox Actuator Repairs

Honda Civic I Shift Gearbox Actuator Rebuilds
Here at Sinspeed, we are able to fully test & repair the clutch and gearbox actuators for the Honda Civic I-Shift vehicles. When rebuilding the clutch & gearbox actuators only genuine OEM components are used to ensure that each rebuilt actuator is rebuilt to meet and exceed OE specifications. If it is your own unit that we are repairing, this will not require programming either and you will also be happy to know that all our repaired clutch and gearbox actuators will come with a Lifetime Warranty.
 
We also offer a professional fitting service if required.
 
If you have a Semi-Automatic (I-Shift) Honda Civic and are experiencing transmission problems that are related to either the clutch actuator or Gearbox actuator then call us today on 0203 815 9441 for a diagnosis or a free quote!

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118 thoughts on “Honda Civic i-Shift Clutch Actuator + Gear Actuator Repairs
  • Hi
    I have a Honda civic Hatchback and according to dealer here in Mauritius there is problem with the gear Actuator. Wat should I do n how much will It cost me
    Thanks

    • Hi Kevin

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • Hey I have honda civic 2008 1.8 it’s semi auto the car start fine but it won’t go in to any gear I have no ideas what’s wrong with can you please come back to me thanks

    • Hi Umar

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • I have a 08 1.8 i-shift civic which At low idle cause the car to jump (similar to manual with poor clutch control) can also happen in reverse. I also notice that when sitting in drive the car doesn’t hold position and may roll on a hill. Would this be the clutch actuator or something else?

    • Hi John

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • Hello i have honda civic 1.4 semi-auto and i have problem with actuator can you give me the price for repair.

    • Hi Todor

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

        • Hi Elwira

          Thanks for the enquiry,

          I have sent you an email with full information and pricing. If you have any questions, please reply to the email and we’ll be happy to assist you.

          Kind Regards

          Jason
          SINSPEED

  • Hey I have honda civic 2006 1.8 it’s semi auto the car start fine but it won’t go in to any gear I have no ideas what’s wrong with can you please come back to me thanks

    • Hi Khaleda

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • I have an ’08 Honda Civic with i-shift. Gears are not engaging exactly asbthry should although the problem doesn’t seem severe.
    Please email ball park, minimum to max typical pricing please.

    • Hi Mike

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      It might be that you’ve caught the iShift fault in its early stages, which is great. However, the fault you’re experiencing may not be related to the actuators or the TCM but we can’t say for sure until we’ve tested the units off of the vehicle so that they are isolated. I have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      If you have any further questions, please reply to the email and we’ll be happy to assist you.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • I have a honda 1.4 semi auto. After coming off the motorway and stopping at a traffic light completely it won’t go as though it’s in high gear it takes a very long time to move even whilst revving accelerator. Once it has even just Turned off
    What’s the problem? Thanks

    • Hi Maya

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      It does sound like the vehicle may be stuck in a high gear or that the clutch is not releasing fully. It will need to be investigated to determine the root cause of the fault. If the fault lies within the actuators (clutch/gear) or the transmission control module, we can remanufacture these parts and return them with a lifetime warranty.

      I have sent you an email with full information and pricing. If you have any questions, please reply to the email and we’ll be happy to assist you.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • Honda Civic 2007 .Semi automatic .keep on Neutral mode and its not shifting into driving or reverse. Honda diagonised as issues with gear actuvator

    • Hi Jibin

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      It’s great that you’ve had the fault diagnosed and the dealerships have identified the fault part, being the gear actuator. We remanufacture the gear actuators and all repaired units are returned with a lifetime warranty. I have sent you an email with full information and pricing. If you have any questions, please reply to the email and we’ll be happy to assist you.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • Hi there.
    I have a honda jazz 2009 1.3 petrol. Was driving fine. Now wont start as the gearbox light is on. Wont engage in any gear at all. Any help.

    • Hi Zaheed

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      The fault will need to be diagnosed. Although this can be a symptom pointing to the complete failure of the iShift actuators or transmission control module, it could also be something as simple as the battery supplying power to the units.

      I have sent you an email with full information and pricing. If you have any questions, please reply to the email and we’ll be happy to assist you.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • Hi,
    I have a civic 2008 i-shift. the problem i have is the car is shuddering when the clutch engage when I am pulling away every morning at cold, but only for next couple of meters. everything is back to normal after is warmed up a bit. do you think it could be the actuator or the just the clutch

    • Hi Ciprian

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      The fault you are experiencing will need to be thoroughly investigated in order to determine the cause. We have seen similar faults where the actuators will play up when cold and then start working when warm but it may not be an actuator fault. If your technician is unable to find the cause, you can certainly send the actuators to us and if they are faulty, we will process them for remanufacturing. Any repaired units are returned with a lifetime warranty.

      I have sent you an email with full information and pricing. If you have any questions, please reply to the email and we’ll be happy to assist you.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

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