Question about Honda Prelude
1.) I would take your car to a transmission shop and let them make the call on whats exactly wrong. 2.) Yes it will damage the engine, however your driving habits are minimizing that. Is ok to drive it like this for as long as you need to, but I would get this fixed ASAP 3.) The only cost effective way to fix the torque converter is to have it replaced. 4.) Unfortunately No there are not any quick fixes. 5.) Also check your transmission fluid level to make sure your levels are good. Your welcome and good luck to you. Thanks for using FixYa!
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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