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1999 Honda Accord when i put it in drive it hesitates then goes into gear..it does it in forward and reverse the fliud has been changed

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    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    honda states only use honda premium formula fluid , dextron III can be used as a temporary replacement only , continued use may affect shift quality . i'm just quoting the manual .. ..what fluid was used and how long ago . that's just a question to ask yourself .

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If you have not had the transmission fluid changed/flushed that could be the problem. Alot of Honda dealerships are offering good rates on this type stuff but if you have someone else do it, make sure that it a honda recommended/compatable fluid. I had our Oddyssey transmission serviced at local honda place for only about $20 more than I could have done it. Very worth $20.

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