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Old 08 Jun 2009, 01:31 am
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Default Help me with my car before i break it plz?

I have a 2002 Acura Rsx with 97,000 miles and seems to be skipping gears. when i am driving at 60 mph in shift D the rpm seems to be in gear 5-6 why is that? i am not up for an oil change and it just started to happen + the SRS light came on plz help thanks
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Old 08 Jun 2009, 01:46 am
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Your TCM might have a problem, any check engine lights? When was the last time you had an ATF service? The srs light just means that your supplement restraint system has a problem, just take it to the dealer and they could look at it, its a good chance it could be under warranty.
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