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Trans stops working after a few miles

I drive the car a few miles and all the gears go out.if i turn the key off & wait about two min,i can start the car & all my gears are back til it does it again.at whitch point i have to repeat prosses.its a 94 civic ex 1.6 vtec auto trans 4 door

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1. where is the transmission control module located..............
2. and where is the shift solenoid located....................

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The most likely cause of this is either the transmission control module or a defective shift solenoid (in the trans itself), this is an electronically controlled transmission. Early 90's Honda transmissions are prone to this issue, the control module is the most common cause.

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