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Old 09 May 2008, 08:32 pm
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Default Just bought 92 Honda Accord with no reverse

Hi every1, my first post
This car is a real beauty, it drives just fine but makes a grinding noise when put in reverse. Ok i have to stay on the feeder in the morning because it will not shift pass 45mph till it warms, i know whens its going to shift because the shifter gear lights on the dash will go off then back on, then shes a real beauty...
Could it be Solenoid assy packs???
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