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Accord transmition I have a 1993 honda accord and the transmition won't shift change the comp and have the same problem.

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  • Rich Jackson May 11, 2010

    Does it shift out of park??? Or does it just not shift out of first after you get going??

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It is the speed sensor I have a 93 that does the same thing

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