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Old 02 Sep 2009, 08:41 pm
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Default 1993 honda accord

I need help, i have a 1993 honda accord automatic transmission. The car starts kinda ruff, its very hard to get it to go from park to drive. When you drive the car for 5mins you can feel the transmission starting to slip after ten mins it slips and will not go back in gear. If i cut the car off for 1 min, it starts fine and will shift in gear and after 5 mins the cycle repeats itself until you get to your destination. I have read post linking this problem to the shift cable or the electronic solenoid. Or the transmission converter. Can anyone point me in the right direction. The transmission fluid is fine and there are no blinking lights or check engine light.

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