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Old 19 Jun 2008, 12:52 pm
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Question 2004 accord: the shift problem..can anyone help?

The accord is an automatic, but the shifter will not lock into gear. Only with park will it lock in. I can move from drive to d1, d2, etc just by bumping the stick.. usually you have to press the lock release button for this to be allowed.. i looked at the button and it wasn't caught or anything. My friend suggested a transmission problem perhaps. I was wondering if any one had any advice or thoughts to what could be the problem (i'm curently out of town and want to feel ok about driving back home, other then the shift problem everything is working fine). thanks
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