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Old 26 Sep 2006, 09:34 pm
paranoid
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Default 2006 civic AT

So having a background with pizza delivery (mostly in a 93 honda accord), I
decided to let into my new Civic. Problem was, if I let into the gas, the
car would downshift into the lower gear, but after letting off the gas,
would not go back to the original gear?

I know my accord tranny was solid as a rock (with 250k miles on it), and the
tranny in this new civic just feels slippery, and then the not going back to
the gear has me worried?

Any else?



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Old 26 Sep 2006, 09:48 pm
jim beam
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Default Re: 2006 civic AT

paranoid wrote:
> So having a background with pizza delivery (mostly in a 93 honda accord), I
> decided to let into my new Civic. Problem was, if I let into the gas, the
> car would downshift into the lower gear, but after letting off the gas,
> would not go back to the original gear?
>
> I know my accord tranny was solid as a rock (with 250k miles on it), and the
> tranny in this new civic just feels slippery, and then the not going back to
> the gear has me worried?
>
> Any else?
>
>
>

just keep driving it. it has "fuzzy logic" built into its
computer-controlled shift patterns - eventually it'll learn your driving
style and the two of you will live happily ever after.
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Old 26 Sep 2006, 10:40 pm
zonie
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Default Re: 2006 civic AT

I think what you are feeling is the lock-up torque converter. it is normal
for it to un-lock when you let up on the throttle. Then it will lock-up
again when you step back on the gas.
Scott

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