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1994 honda civic LX Auto transmission problem

I have had the car for a year and in the past months at 55mph or so it just goes out like theres no gears to go but drive 1 works, the past 3 days it sounds weird like a weird noise from the tranny motor yesterday it went out the car wont move so back and forth it will go into gear and move back n foward then wont.. whats the problem you think thanks for your help thanks again

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It sounds as if your transmission has failed. look for a good transmission tech in your area and get it priced up

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