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04 accord lx trans stuck

My 04 accord the trans. won't shift when it get hot. I have to shut the car off and restart it so it shift. Is this an electrical problem. The shift ok for awhile. then a have to resart it all over.

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Your ECU or TCU might be going bad Electronic control unit or Transmission control unit.
Have the car looked at for free at autozone..just in case their computer can pick up any computer problems

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