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Automatic transmission have a honda accord ex coupe - 2007 shifting from R to D is tight... problem - possibly low transmission fluid?

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Low transmission fluid will not effect the hand shifter performance..to check your fluid let the vehicle run untill the temp reading is in the middle then shut it off.and within 90 seconds remove the stick wipe clean reinsert the stick remove again and see where wet mark ends

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