Question about 1991 Honda Civic
Auto Transmission won't change from first to second until 4000 rpm is reached. The other gear changes seem OK.
Hi do the simple bits first check the fliud level in the box see if its a clear redish colour if any other colour you have a box problem second when was the last time you chaged the boxes oil and filter a blocked filter will cause your problem then the box itself first clutch could be slipping put the box in first gear chock your wheels up put the handbrake on put your foot on the brake pedal start the engine and rev with your other foot and see when the car stalls it should be around 2500 and 3000 revs if its higher than this the clutch is slipping on that gear after this you will need to take it for pressure testing yates210456
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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