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Old 23 Nov 2011, 04:46 am
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Default Accord v6 tran going bad?

98 accord v6 has new tran. 7,000 miles on it. Warranty expired. Car has been sitting very much since it was replaced(12/07). The IACV is in need of cleaning too. When going 60-70 and letting off the gas the car brakes rapidly and 50 to 40 is rough and jerky.. But only when it's coasting. Could it be a computer thing cause of the iac?
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Old 23 Nov 2011, 05:01 am
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i think you have several engine related problems trans is probably alright have garage or dealer give you an idea on what's wrong and go from there
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