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Old 24 Jan 2013, 06:34 pm
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Default 1992 Honda Accord Transmission Problem?

My Honda Accord sometimes downshifts and upshifts on its own at inappropriate times. I have had it checked out by multiple mechanics and some have said that it is a problem with the VSS or the main shaft speed sensor. Replacing the transmission is out of the question. It doesn't do the downshift problems all the time. But when it does, I can be going 50 MPH and it abruptly downshifts. Anybody have any suggestions?
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Old 24 Jan 2013, 06:46 pm
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I would also say the speed sensor in the tranny. try to find sensor at salvage/junk yard. Know anybody that has a scanner that could scan for possible codes in your car ? Good Luck
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