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Old 29 Dec 2004, 04:10 pm
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i have a 1988 honda civic automatic trans. and it seems 2 keep shifting
back and forth in and out of overdrive is this normal? this is the 1st
honda i ever owned i just bought it pls help

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Old 29 Dec 2004, 05:00 pm
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mideb@webtv.net wrote:
> i have a 1988 honda civic automatic trans. and it seems 2 keep shifting
> back and forth in and out of overdrive is this normal? this is the 1st
> honda i ever owned i just bought it pls help
>

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What mileage, and what was put in the tranny at the last service? How
long since the tranny was last drained and refilled?

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