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Old 09 Sep 2003, 02:48 pm
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Default 1997 Acura CL 2.2 (auto) - Transmission Problem?

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From the "P" (Parking) position, with my foot holding down the brake
pedal, I shift to the "D4" (Drive) position. After a short delay (0.3
- 0.8 seconds), my vehicle twitches very slowly forward, then .3-.8
seconds later, it twitches a little stronger forward.

I wouldn't say it is a big jerk. But I thought it would twitch
forward at the same speed the entire time.

Is my car behaving normally? Or is there a problem? If it is a
problem, how do I fix it? Any help is appreciated, thanks!
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