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Old 27 Jan 2008, 08:25 pm
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Default 97 Accord trans trouble.

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Hi, I have a 97 accord 4cyl automatic with about 120,000 miles on it. The trans always worked well with the exception of a few 1000 rpm jumps while shifting when cold. I drove home about thirty miles without any issues. Let the car sit for three or four hours in about 0 degree weather, left to get an oil change ant it moved fine for about 45 seconds to one minute. This seems to be all it will do now. Leave it sit for 15 minutes and it will work for about the same amount of time then it just goes away. I tried changing the fluid with the same effect. I used castrol import fluid that says it is ok for honda. The solenoids ohm out at about 29.00 I don't know where they are supposed to be. Any thoughts on what is going on?
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