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Old 17 Apr 2011, 03:50 pm
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Default Transmission Relay Switch

2002 Honda Civic with 1.7 engine. While driving, if I am going up a hill, the transmission attempts to shift to maintain speed. Every now and then when it does this, I lose all power and the engine light comes on. To resolve the issue, all I have to do is pull the positive terminal lead from the battery and it resets. My question: has anyone else had this problem? Is it the transmission relay switch or is there something else? I don't think it is the transmission itself because once I reconnect it after a couple of minutes, it runs fine. It has only happened when I am going up a hill and it tries to shift down.
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