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Old 09 Jul 2008, 08:00 am
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Default 97 Honda Civic LX Auto - RPM and engine rev when shifting

I have a 1997 Honda Civic LX with an automatic transmission and when it shifts from 2nd to 3rd I notice my RPM gauge showing the engine to be revving high for a second then go back down. Do you know what this could be caused by? Do you think a transmission fluid flush is needed? The car does have nearly 95k miles
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