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Gear shifting problem

Honda integra 1994, transmission takes time to shift the gears, some times it takes too much time to change from 3rd to 4rth so the ecceleration goes up but the transmission doesnt change the gear, it seems like it stuck in gear shifting between 3rd and 4rth gear, do i need to replace the transmission or wat? help me please

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  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    The transmission will not change into second gear from first without hesitation. the D5 light which is the gear I drive in started blinking

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    stuck in 3rd gear

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The 1st thing to do is have a test run on the transmission control module to see if any trouble codes are present, next have you ever serviced the transmission, fluid and filter change, should be done at 60,000 miles, on occasion this can cure problems like yours.

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