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Old 06 Jul 2008, 06:26 am
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Default 2000 Honda Accord Vibration Problems

Hi new to the Forums. I wanted to ask a quick question I just drove my accord 2 days ago and after about 5 minutes of driving i saw the traffic light turn red and the stopped. My car started vibrating not badly but noticeable enough for me to worry. Apparently after reading the manual I should have left my car in D4 when all this time I have been driving it in D3 and only switch to D4 while on highways going 80+KMH and then switching back to D3 when going back to the city with out breaking first. I only did this 6 times i think so far and plan to use D4 permantly. I was wondering if i have done major damage to the car and if so is it repairable, and if it's not major what can i do to prevent it from happen in the future.

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