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Old 14 Apr 2012, 04:18 pm
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Default 2000 Honda CRV Transmission?

My 2000 CRV is in great shape with under 100,000 miles. The tranny seems to make the engine rev















very high when going up a slight, sustained incline. Usually aroud 3,000 - 3,200 rpm. There is never any slipping. I asked about changing fluid, but was told this often causes more problems. As a result,, I added a bottle of Lucas conditioner to no avail.















Any thoughts or suggestions? BTW, the mileage seems to be down a bit as well.















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Old 14 Apr 2012, 05:01 pm
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no check engine lights on then internal problem have trans shop take it for a ride ATRA.COM honda does have transmission problems
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