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Old 22 Jan 2008, 04:18 am
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Post 88 Prelude AT Transmission Problems

I purchased an automatic transmission from a guy on the internet. He seems to be honest so I have no reason to doubt him. Anyhow, he told me that the tranny has been stored on a shelf since 95 so the tranny was only 8 years old. I got it from him for $100 so I figured I got a great deal. However after installing it, it seems the tranny is stuck in park. I emailed the seller and he told me that he's not sure how this particular tranny works but the ones he's worked on have a spring loaded pawl that locks into a cog on the main shaft that may be stuck in place, that's if this tranny uses that type of system. Would anyone know if this could be the issue or have any other suggestions that I could try. Would anyone know where I could find an exploded view of this transmission? Any help is really appreciated. Also, I'm sorry if I posted this in the wrong forum, but I didn't see a Prelude forum. Thanks,

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