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Old 25 Jan 2013, 01:50 pm
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Default 2002 Honda accord lx sedan. Transmission problems. Help!?

Asked this but only got 1 anwser. he suggested i get some lucas treatmeat for the transmission. would that work? My first car. I'm 17 worked all summer to get it and today was not a good one. I was driving home and stopped at a stop. Took off and I noticed the rpm went up but it didn't speed up like before. Kept going and it kept doing it. When I hit the gas and held on it would go up but once I let go of the gas and hit it again the rpms would go up but not the speed. I had to go up hill to get to my house and the rpms went up and it barely made it up the hill. I left it at home and didn't drive it no more. I don't know what it could be. Can it be something small or is it the whole transmission. I have no idea how much it is but I worked hard to get it and now this happens.. If its happened to anyone before what was the cause and how much did you pay to fix it. I just started working and have about 600 saved up. Any ideas on what it could be?
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Old 25 Jan 2013, 02:02 pm
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Yes it sounds like a tranny problem. Check to see if there are leaks & transmission fluid on the ground. If there are no leaks, then just refil the transmission with a little fluid, so that you can drive it to a shop. Because if there are no leaks, and the tranny is burning off the tranny fluid. There could be another problem to. So you might wanna get that checked out.
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Old 25 Jan 2013, 02:16 pm
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If that is the 6 cylinder engine the transmission may well be failing. 2002 was in the heart of the Great Honda Automatic Transmission Debacle, in which the automatic transmissions they fitted to their 6 cylinder engines had horrible failure rates. Lucas may help but I wouldn't bet on it. More details at the sources....































Aamco transmissions advertises fix now, pay later, but their prices are not the best.































www.carcomplaints.com
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Old 25 Jan 2013, 02:31 pm
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only one? I think it might be a critical one. For this you can not get proper answer. But you can go to Http://www.twincharlotte.com as here you may find more solution about transmission problem.
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