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2005 Honda Civic EX Transmission faultering

My 2005 Honda Civic has developed what I believe is a fault in the transmission. It wines and grunts when changing and the transmission light is on on the dash board. What can I ask the mechanic to do. I am in a third world country and the mechanic does not know what to do.
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Hi sounds like the bearings in the box if he doesn,t know know what hes doing leave it alone but the only simple thing you can check see if theres any leaks and the fluid levels to low you need to be on level ground lift the bonnet find the dip stick coming out of the box see if your lucky but i suspect not sorry best of luck yates210456

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