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Old 09 Oct 2008, 09:43 am
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Question 2001 Honda CRV Auto

I have an annoying intermittant problem with my auto transmission, when driving in stop start heavy traffic, with the engine just ticking over the car judders forward and does not drive smoothly. I have taken it to the Honda garage that I bought it from but they say they cant find the fault.

Can anyone shed any light on this for me please.
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