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Old 11 Jul 2011, 02:41 pm
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Default Transmission issues common with 2000 Civics?

Hi all,

I have a 2000 Civic EX and am experiencing a horrible metal-sounding squeel when I start driving. It lasts about a minute before 'stuttering' itself away. I found that if I pause before accelerating after changing gears (automatic) and allowing the car to make the gear transition without being rushed, then it's fine. It's when I reverse and immediately go to drive without the pause that it happens which leads me to think it's the transmission. Are tranny problems common like these? Anyone know how it is remedied?
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