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Old 04 Jul 2013, 09:32 pm
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Default 95 honda accord shifting?

2.2 auto......Just bought it everything works but it shifts at 2.2/2.5 rpms with a small thud but it does not rev high above 3k is that normal with an automatic is there shift solenoids need replacing at 60 it stays at 2.2 rpms which I'd great ..this is my first 4 cylinder and first Honda so I don't know what to expect
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Old 04 Jul 2013, 09:50 pm
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Try replacing the fluid. Its real easy. All you need is a ratchet. Its on the passenger side. You need to drain the fluid, fill it with 3 qts. Drive it over 40mph ( till the torque converter locks) and then you need to drain it again and fill it up with 3qts. Honda trannys are real picky. You need to use genuine Honda transmission fluid or a full synthetic that matches the specifications
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