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Transmission changing problem from 3th to 4rth

I have Honda CR-V 1998, and the problem is that car normally change transmission from 1to 3th D, but from 3D to 4D change very hard, or often even do not change.
I step on the gas even till under 40-60 mph/(3000-4500) revolutions per minute but again no result.
So I'm confused and don't know where to search issue, because from 1-3 transmission is very normal.
Honda diagnostics do not show anything wrong and no error light are blinks.
Cars fuel expanse are also high now and approximately equal to 10 liter per 40mile, I assume this is because car do not use 4th transmittance.

Is there any idea there is the issue, what should I do to resolve that, or what should I do to diagnose problem.

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It sounds like you have an internal fault in the transmission.The only solution is to take the car to a good transmission technician.

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