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Old 24 Feb 2004, 05:38 pm
Nancy
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Default Shifting Difficult on 95 Honda Accord LX Automatic

When I started the car this morning, it was hard to get the "shifter" to
move from Park to Drive. When I drove it (only a few miles) there was
no problem with transmission actually changing gears. When I came home
it was a little easier to get the car in Park. Any suggestions on what
to check or do? The car has 118,000 miles on it.

Nancy

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Old 24 Feb 2004, 07:24 pm
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Default Re: Shifting Difficult on 95 Honda Accord LX Automatic

Either try checking to see you have enough tranny fluid,
or maybe your shift cable on your transmission is getting
old. This was a problem on some of the older accords (89-
93), but its possible the cable is just getting old....

Terry

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