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Old 17 Mar 2008, 06:02 pm
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Default 1993 Honda Accord Transmission Issues

I have a 93 Accord that when I put it into D4 to drive, it won't go in the low gears, rev's the RPM really high, and takes a couple of moments to build up speed. It also does the same thing in D3 but it works fine in 1 or 2. Does anyone have any idea what might be going on? Thanks! I just changed the trans. fluid today to see if that would help but I'm still fighting with it.
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Old 15 May 2008, 03:28 pm
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Default Re: 1993 Honda Accord Transmission Issues

I had the same problem. Car wouldn't change gears. I found out that 90-93 accords had major issues with the tranny computers (they would burn out because of cheap parts). The D4 light or S light on earlier models would blink. I replaced it and problem solved. I'd recomend Solo PCMS. They answered all my questions and shipped it right out.
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