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92 Honda Accord LX auto Trans

Out of the blue, started slipping in all forward gears, no grinding or noise
was told by a repair shop that the gears were gone and it had to be replaced, could this be a computer proublem ,TCU or TCM , ECU or a filter
170,000 miles on the car, never had trans, proubles brfore

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Normally when u have a TCM problem, what the car do is hard to change gear, but if your is slipping you will have to do something to you transmission, replace or rebuilt it, good look

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