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Car refuses to move after a minute or two

I have a 1991 honda accord automatic 4 cylinder.
When I start it from cold it will take gears and move for about a minute,
both forward and backward. thereafter, it will just not move no matter
how much I accelerate.

When I leave it to cool again it behaves the same.

I can barely move 50/60 ft now.

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These cars do not have filters

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Your bands are heating up and causing the car not to move change the tranny filter if it dosen,t work need tranny

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