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Old 03 Jul 2008, 02:10 am
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Default 1991 accord solenoids or tcu

i have a 91 accord SE with automatic transmission a while back as i was driving down the road i could feel the car shift hard at times and sometimes slip but not always it only did it sometimes. i drove the car for a couple of days like that and now when i turn it on i can drive down the road and it shifts fine but maybe a mile down the road it feels like it goes in to nuetral while its in drive and it will not go anymore. i tried shifting it manully and it still did the same but if i turn the car off for a couple of minutes and start it back up i can drive down the road shifting fine and then it does it again. i dont understand because everytime i turn off then on, it will drive a little ways and then it feels like it goes into nuetral again. ANY HELP?
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