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Old 05 Feb 2013, 11:20 am
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Default 1990 honda accord transmision problems?

I'm havin problems with my transmision when I turn it on and put it in. Gear it takes time to catch speed and it feels like if I'm pulling a trailor it also don't change. Gears but the weird thing is that the rpms don't max out like its not changing to second gear I can be going 20 35 and the rpms are in normal as if it was changing gears you just don't hear them changing! Its like a one speed transmision lol even not too long ago I took it on the highway and it worked fine rpms were normal I'm not sure what can it be if its the trans or motor or some thing simple
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Old 05 Feb 2013, 11:32 am
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It may be starting out in 3rd - try manually putting it down into low(1) or 2nd - also check the transmission fluid too low and you could have issues - if the fluid is not bright red (brown or Black) or smells burnt - change it.
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