Question about 1990 Honda Accord
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Depending on whether you have a automatic or a manual shift there are a few things that may cause your troubles. If you have a automatic transmission check your fluid level make sure its full it could also be your transmission filter It may be dirty if there is alot of miles on it. there are quite a few things that could cause it from vacume lines to sensors my advice is to check the fluid level if that looks good I would take it to your local garage and have it hooked on a computer to check for vacume leaks sensor troubles etc..before you go spending alot on parts you probally do not need.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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