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Transmission My honda Accord LX 1996, got stuck in first gear, i just added transmission oil. I believe the whole trans is busted. whats the average cost for me to fix this issue. Should i start by getting the trans fully serviced then go from there?

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Iit could be your half shaft axles that need replacing rather than the tranny. Jack up the front of your vehicle and support it with jack stands (safety should be your first priority). Grab your wheels and try spinning it. If it spins freely, you'll need to replace your axle. If your able to spin your wheel and engage the opposite side axle, chances are your axles are okay and the tranny is shot. Good luck.

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