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Old 25 Mar 2008, 05:17 pm
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Default Sticky Trans

I have a 1991 honda accord, with a automatic trans. It takes a really long time to shift throught the 1st and second bands wile driving. Im wondering does this mean my tranny is dieing? Or is there a way to fix it? ive driven it like this for about a year. Seams to stil run fine. No check engin lights, or service lights...
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