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1996 honda accord LX auto trans problem

I'm having a big problem with my 1996 honda accord LX auto trans.
When i put my car into the drive position and press lightly on the gas the car will not move.
When i press harder on the gas petal the rpm will go way pass the number 3 and the car will move just a little.

Looks like clutch disk is worn, but my car have auto transmission and I'm not sure what to do.

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Yes..sir you must take your car to the nearst Honda Service Station and ask to the mechanic there to check the transmission and replace the clutch with new one. don't forget to check and maybe change all oil that have connected with your transmission. all work maybe take 1 or 2 days depend on the part that you need to change

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