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Old 07-14-2011, 01:16 PM   #1
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Default Transmission slips 1997 4cy automatic Honda Accord

when my 1997 4 cy automatic honda accord is hot, my tranny slipps out. Then I have to come to a stop, put in in my lowest gear, and i can build up some acceleration and get it back into my lower, regular drive. If I use my regular drive gear, my tranny will disingauge and my rpms shoot up.
I shut off my car and coasted for about 2 miles then parked it for about 10 minutes. when i got back in, the tranny seemed fine, for about 5 minutes, then it started doing it again.
It seems like when its cool, it works fine

has anyone had anything similur happen? someone told me it might be my tranny cooloer, something. I dont know.
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Default Re: Transmission slips 1997 4cy automatic Honda Accord

I had similar issues w/ my 97 Cl. Will Not Down Shift, Engine Revs to Red Line
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Check the fluid level and condition, it could just be low on fluid.
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